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Posted on 2006-07-24
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Hello Experts,

We are Exchange 2003 SP2.

In 5.5, when a user besides the primary opened a mailbox, it created an event log entry.  Does it do the same in Exchange 2003?  If it doesn't do this by default, is there any other way I can find out who opened a mailbox other than their own?  We have some suspected malicious activity.

If not, how can I turn this logging on?

Thanks much,

Tom J
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I think it should show in the event logs, application log event 1016
Control Panel > administrative tools > event logs > application logs
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http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=867640

Here is an article explaining how
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MS Kb867640. ;)

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Thanks beechfielder.  We have it turned on now, so we'll capture those items.  Too bad it wasn't a default setting, like it was in Exchange 5.5.

Tom
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Thanks for the points Tom and good luck
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