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I was wondering if there is a way to track when a user opens up and logs into their outlook account. I have it set so users must enter their password to access their email. (Authenticate) however, having an issue where I need to be able to monitor when then actually have gotten into it and from what pc.

Is there a way to track this?
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You could probably use the security log on the Exchange Server. Set it to record logins and logoffs.
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