Activesync script for office 365 users

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Hi There,

 

Appreciate your support to find a powershell script to list office 365 users that have activesync enabled, selecting the criteria (display name,email, title, department)

 

Thanks for help.

Mena Nabil

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That's as simple as

Get-CASMailbox -Filter {ActiveSyncEnabled -eq $true}

The rest is surfacing properties as needed, but for that you might need to run additional cmdlets.