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    Exchange 2007 OWA

    Here is a useful bit of powershell code which I spent ages looking for!

    Exchange 2007 turns OWA on by default - which in most schools you wont want for students. Run this (substituting "groupname" for a distribution group for students), and all your student users will no longer have OWA.

    get-distributiongroupmember "GROUPNAME" | Set-CASMailbox -OWAEnabled $false

    There are similar commands for IMAP, POP3 and ActiveSync - will add those once I find them!

    EDIT:

    Here are the others (substitute "-OWAEnabled..." or add at the end...)

    -ActiveSyncEnabled $True / $false
    -MAPIEnabled $True / $false
    -PopEnabled $True / $false
    -ImapEnabled $True / $false
    Last edited by TheScarfedOne; 4th November 2008 at 08:02 AM.

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