EUQ_(servername) account

What is this account for?  I know Exchange creates during the initial install, but is it needed, and if so what is it used for?  
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mmudryAsked:
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Steve KnightIT ConsultancyCommented:
Never seen it before but by any chance have you got Trend on there?

Sounds like this:

http://esupport.trendmicro.com/support/viewxml.do?ContentID=EN-1031632&id=EN-1031632

"Can the administrator change the password for the EUQ_ account?  

Solution ID:  1031632
A recent system upgrade added a ‘1’ or ‘2’ to old solution IDs. You find these solutions by removing or retaining the extra '1' or '2'.
Product:   ScanMail for Exchange - 7.0 2000/2003
Operating System:   Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition - SP1
Published:  7/10/06 8:58 PM
Problem:   When installing End User Quarantine (EUQ), it creates a user account and mailbox called EUQ_<servername> to perform its functions. The password for this account is automatically set by the installation and is unknown. For security reasons, the administrator likes to change the password.
 
Solution:  Yes, the administrator can change the password because EUQ uses the "System" account to log in to this mailbox. As long as the "System" account has full mailbox access, there should be no issue."

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mmudryAuthor Commented:
Ahhh.  Thank you.  I actaully meant Trend (not Exchange), so good catch!  I'm assuming then this account can be disabled if only mailbox access is needed then.  Thanks for the response.
Steve KnightIT ConsultancyCommented:
It certainly sounds like it.. just don't delete it I guess!
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