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If an email is sent "send as", can you track who really sent it?

I may or may not have a problem with one of the admins sending messages. I know she has "send as" rights for a user. Is there a way to tell if a particular email was actually generated by the admin, not the user?

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jaguarpriestCommented:
If the admin has connected to another mailbox, Exchange system manager will tell you who was connected to the mailbox during the time the email was said. If the original client logs back in however you won't be able to tell. Send on behalf would clearly post it on the actuall email saying "this message was sent on behaf of x"

someone being sneaky uhh..

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hullc65203Author Commented:
How do I get Exchange system manager to tell me who was connected when the email was sent?
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jaguarpriestCommented:
You might not have all the columns turned on. Look in the view portion of ESM and turn on the "Last accessed by" or "last logon" . It will then show you that logon portion.

Best of luck

Jaguar
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