For example, you see the following screen shot when you view an email message that contains a street address.
Your expectation is that the Bing Maps app for Outlook is displayed, as in the following figure.
In the configuration where you do not see any Apps for Outlook in email messages, the result from this cmdlet will be the same as that shown in the following screen shot:
If it is necessary, you can use the following cmdlet in Exchange Server 2013 to set the value of the AppsForOfficeEnabled parameter to $True.
If you make this change, you can force an update by recycling the MSExchangeServicesAppPool application pool in Internet Information Services (IIS) manager.
|AppsForOfficeEnabled parameter setting||msExchProvisioningFlags attribute value|
As the msExchProvisioningFlags attribute can contain several "flag" values for different parameters (not just the AppsForOfficeEnabled parameter), you may have to do some math to determine the current value of the AppsForOfficeEnabled parameter. Therefore, if the value of this attribute is greater than 512, you have to see whether the value is made up of several values, one of which includes 512.
|msExchProvisioningFlags attribute value||Contains Flags||AppsForOfficeEnabled|
|640||512 & 128||$False||because 512 is part of the attribute value, the AppsForOfficeEnabled paramater is set to $False. This always adds 512 to the attribute value.|
|1280||1024 & 256||$True||because 512 is Not part of the attribute value, the AppsForOfficeEnabled paramater is set to $True. This always adds 0 to the attribute value.|
Article ID: 2790827 - Last Review: Sep 4, 2013 - Revision: 1