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My Exchange 2013 server restricts the use of HTML email on my Android users. I can't find any documentation outlining how to disable this restriction. Please help
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That tech note doesn't apply to Exchange 2013
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Apparently I have to use the shell to disable the html restriction policy. What is the powershell command that will allow me to do so.
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I figured this one out myself, to view the Exchange 2013 default activesync mailbox policy use the following command;

Get-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy -Identity "default"

The following command will enable HTML mail use;

Set-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy -Identity default -AllowHTMLemail $true.

These changes can not be made via the EMC
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I tested it in a production environment sucessfully
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