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Is there a way to detect if someone configured his Microsoft Outlook with my account credentials (UserName, Password, POP3, SMTP) so that he can see my emails?
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If you think that someone is using your account, simply change your password. If your account locks out then you know that is happening.

Otherwise - no. Exchange just looks at the authentication information. It doesn't look who is logged in to the machine.

Simon.
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