How to enable or disable IMAP, POP, OWA, MAPI, or Exchange ActiveSync for a mailbox in Exchange Server

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This article identifies the commands to use in a dedicated deployment of the Microsoft Office 365 dedicated/ITAR to enable or disable the following items for a mailbox in Microsoft Exchange Server:
  • Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP)
  • Post Office Protocol (POP)
  • Microsoft Outlook Web App (OWA)
  • Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI)
  • Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync

Commands to enable or disable IMAP, POP, OWA, MAPI, or Exchange ActiveSync for a mailbox in Exchange Server

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ActionCommand
Enable the POP protocol for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -PopEnabled $True
Disable the POP protocol for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -PopEnabled $False
Enable the IMAP protocol for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -ImapEnabled $True
Disable the IMAP protocol for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -ImapEnabled $False
Enable the MAPI protocol for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -MAPIEnabled $True
Disable the MAPI Protocol for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -MAPIEnabled $False
Enable OWA for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -OWAEnabled $True
Disable OWA for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -OWAEnabled $False
Enable Exchange ActiveSync for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -ActiveSyncEnabled $True
Disable Exchange ActiveSync for a userSet-CasMailbox UserName@DomainName -ActveSyncEnabled $False
Note In this table, the commands contain UserName@DomainName. This is a placeholder for the appropriate user name and domain name.

Some users have certain protocols that are automatically disabled. If a user’s mailbox type is changed, but the protocols are not also changed, you can contact technical support about a service request to investigate the set mailbox type script. To contact technical support, visit the following Microsoft website: http://support.microsoft.com/

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Article ID: 2573225 - Last Review: December 13, 2013 - Revision: 10.0
Applies to
  • Microsoft Business Productivity Online Dedicated
  • Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite Federal
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