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Organization Configuration > Client Access > Exchange ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy > Advanced Page

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1, Exchange Server 2007

Topic Last Modified: 2007-07-30

You can create a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync mailbox policy to configure a variety of security options for users. In addition to password requirements and settings, you can use the Advanced page to specify allowed and blocked applications and to enable or disable specific features on a mobile device.

noteNote:
All settings that you access on the Advanced page of the Exchange ActiveSync policy Properties dialog box are premium features of Exchange ActiveSync. For these features to be implemented on the mobile device, the mailbox requires an Exchange Enterprise Client Access License (CAL).
Allow Browser

Select this check box to allow mobile devices to use Pocket Internet Explorer.

noteNote:
This check box does not control access to third-party mobile device browsers.
Allow consumer mail

Select this check box to allow the mobile device to access e-mail accounts other than Microsoft Exchange accounts. Consumer e-mail accounts include accounts that are accessed through POP3 and IMAP4.

Allow unsigned applications

Select this check box to allow unsigned applications to be installed on the mobile device.

Allow unsigned installation packages

Select this check box to allow unsigned installation packages to be executed on the mobile device.

Allowed Applications

You can add or remove applications to the Allowed Applications list. Allowed applications can be installed and executed on the mobile device. Click the Add button to add an application and click the Delete button to remove an application.

Blocked Applications

You can add or remove applications to the Blocked Applications list. Blocked applications are prohibited from running on the mobile device. Click the Add button to add an application and click the Delete button to remove an application.

For more information about Exchange ActiveSync, see the following topics:

 
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