While implementing restrictions to EAS (Exchange ActiveSync) the system automatically sends a notification to the user upon a failed partnership as follows:
"You have 1 device partnerships out of the maximum allowed 1 partnerships. After you reach the maximum, you can't create additional partnerships until you delete existing ones from your account. To do this, sign in to Outlook Web App, click Options > Phone > Mobile Devices, and delete any unused partnerships."
We want to work with each user to ensure the previous partnership was properly terminated and company data removed from the device before allowing them to add a new device partnership. After incidents where users have traded their old phone in while upgrading, leaving a synchronized email account active for anyone to review, or a user with access to sensitive email handing their old devices down to family member or friend, we've had to become strict on this rule. We've looked for options to modify the notification sent by the system to remove the instructions on how the user can manually remove the old partnerships from OWA without luck. We then looked for options to remove the users ability to delete old partnerships through OWA itself without luck.
Does anyone know of a way to customize or modify the default system notification and/or remove the users capability to manage these partnerships on their own?