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Microsoft Exchange Administrator

Hi,


How do i access a user email, on the network using Microsoft Exchange Administrator?

Please walk through the steps on the tool, any help is greatly appreciated!

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crishna1
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mark-waCommented:
If you're the administrator, try this:

Go into Microsoft Outlook, click File, Open, Other user's folder, then specify the user and choose "inbox".  Hit ok and it will open a second instance of Outlook with that user's inbox open.

Mark
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Exchange_AdminCommented:
You cannot access any users emails through the Exchange Admin program.
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crishna1Author Commented:
Exchange Admin,

Can you please let me know how can i access recepients emails?

many thanks
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Exchange_AdminCommented:
If you are using Exchange 5.5, log in with the service account that you used to install 5.5.
This account is able to access all mailboxes. Then follow the steps from mark-wa above.

If it is Exchange 200x then search the MS knowledge base using these keywords:
EXCHANGE 2000 SERVICE ACCOUNT ACCESS
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crishna1Author Commented:
Yes i am using Exchange 5.5.
my dumb question is "login to where?" and how.
when i open out ook it already opens my account. When i choose RunAs and give the NT admin account it says Excgange server not found?!

please advice!

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mark-waCommented:
Login to your machine as the administrator.  Then open Outlook and follow my instructions from above.  

Mark
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crishna1Author Commented:
login as admin account for the desktop or NTadmin?

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crishna1Author Commented:
also login to where, the exchange server ?
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mark-waCommented:
You'll want to login to any machine that has Outlook and login as the Domain Admin (NTadmin).  Follow those steps.

I don't know how your exchange is setup, but I can login to my computer as myself, who has domain admin rights, then open outlook, which opens to my emails, then I can do the steps I described in my first post and look at anyone's emails on the network.

Hope that helps.

Mark
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