You can just use Exchange Administrator program to check who is logged on to
the exchange server (both mail clients and Web Access). Just click open the
Private Information Store and click on Logons. The only problem is that you
just see the version number of the client, not the client used. We're not
using OWA at the moment and I can't verify, but the client version for OWA
users should something completely different. You can check this out by
opening your own mailbox through OWA and checking the client version.
One reason why I don't drink is because I wish to know when I am having a
> I need every user to have their own ID when they post to that public
> folder. Is there any method that can be use to detect what client type
> the user is using to login to exchange?
> > You can probably do this by locking down access to the folders, to all,
> > the exception of one mailbox. This would be the mailbox, all your OWA
> > would log into via OWA.
> > --
> > Michael Abbaticchio
> > Exchange Administrator
> > BHG