Is there a way to check to see when an exchange 2007 mailbox last recieved a message?

Posted on 2008-10-10
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I am currently working on the cleanup of my exchange server, after some company changes. After a user is no longer of employ with the company we forward the email to another user. I would like to know is there a way to check on the server side, the last time an account received a message to help in the cleanup of my exchange server?
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You could perform a message tracking and check when was the last time the message was delivered.

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