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    i have exchange server 2003 sp 2 on windows 2003 sp2 server..

    I wanted to know if there was a tool that can show how many of my users are in exchange cached mode..

    thanks to all who respond

  • #2
    Re: exchange 2003 tools

    Do you mean how many users are using Outlook in cached Exchange mode? If so, this is an Outlook setting, not an Exchange setting. Chances are you can't do this from Exchange.
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    • #3
      Re: exchange 2003 tools

      Yeah, I think this is one for the Outlook forums rather than Exchange.

      Info here suggests it might be possible to do some sort of script to query the registry on your clients, that's way out of my level of expertise though. I do know that Outlook 2003 and higher selects cached exchange mode by default, so unless the person who configured the clients turned it off there's a good chance they're all in cached mode.
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      • #4
        Re: exchange 2003 tools

        Exinsight will tell you real time whether the connection is in cached mode or not.

        However the information isn't stored by Exchange, so getting historical information isn't possible.

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        • #5
          Re: exchange 2003 tools

          Thank you thank you thank you