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O365 Manager Plus' mobile device reports help you keep track of all the ActiveSync-enabled mobile devices in your Office 365 environment. This web-based reporting suite maps users' mobile devices with their corresponding Office 365 mailboxes and policies to return indispensable information. As more and more organizations have started to embrace bring your own device policies, these reports become even more essential, especially because they're much easier than Office 365's native tools or complicated PowerShell scripts.
You can schedule when reports should be generated and export them to PDF, XLS, HTML, and CSV file formats. You can also use built-in filters to view only the information you need and save that as a separate report, which can viewed along with the other preconfigured reports.
Mobile devices: This report displays all the mobile devices that are configured to synchronize with their users' Office 365 mailboxes. It includes mobile device information such as user name, device name, device type, device ID, first sync, and device IMEI number. Based on this information, you can track any specific device in case there's a security breach.
Mobile devices based on OS: This report primarily displays the operating system for each ActiveSync-enabled mobile device in your Office 365 environment. It also includes information on Globally Unique Identifier and OS language.
Mobile devices by policy: This report reveals the current ActiveSync policy applied to each user's mobile device. Furthermore, you can also view when the mobile device's policy was last updated.
Mobile devices by manufacturer: This report lists the manufacturer of every ActiveSync-enabled mobile device in your Office 365 setup, including information on device operators.
Device policy application status: This report reveals the extent to which the ActiveSync policies are applied to users' mobile devices. An ActiveSync policy can be applied in full or in part.
Mobile devices by client: This report lists the client type for every synchronized mobile device in your Office 365 environment. The client type can either be Microsoft Outlook Web Access or Exchange ActiveSync. It also includes information on the client version.
Folders synchronized per device: This report lists the number of folders synchronized for every ActiveSync-enabled mobile device in your Office 365 environment.
Device by access state: This report gives you information on the access state of all your users' mobile devices so that you know which devices are and are not allowed to access their users' Office 365 mailboxes. It also specifies the reason for the device access state and the rule responsible for that state.
Inactive ActiveSync devices: This report displays the details of mobile devices that haven't been synchronized with your Office 365 environment for a given period of time. It includes information on the time of last successful sync and last attempted sync. This information lets you make informed decisions on deleting or reinstating inactive mobile devices.
O365 Manager Plus' mobile device reports help you better manage your ActiveSync-enabled mobile devices by getting down to the specifics of ActiveSync use in your organization.