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Hi,

Is there any way we can find out on the Exchange server of a user who is copying large quantity of emails from his/her Outlook client to our Document Management System?

I have check the eventlog nothing much? Is there anything that can be done from the Server side?

Regards

Aamir
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i would expect you needto enable file auditing on the file server you suspect them copying to, you can google this to see how to enable auditing for a server.
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Just google it...but does not answer what I'm looking for. Basically we had some user doing a large copy job from Outlook  to our Document Management system, we had no info which Exchange server she reside on. But looking from the auditing it does not tell you if someone is performing a large copy job!
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