Can I log a message being read in a user's mailbox from the Exchange server ?

Posted on 2006-05-26
Last Modified: 2010-03-06
I have a user who suspects someone is reading her mail because messages in her Inbox appear as having been read,  when she hasn't opened them yet.  She doesn't use a palm or pocket pc device to synch her mail.  We have Exchange 2003,  Outlook 2003.  Thx,

Question by:gmudge
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    Accepted Solution

    I don't believe there's a way to view log files that include read or unread information.

    If you think her email is being compromized I would suggest changing the password and reviewing the permissions on her mailbox.

    Author Comment

    OK.   Thx.   We did both of those things already,  but there were/are other situations where that might have come in handy. Thanks g.  Accepted.

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