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exchange 2003 / outlook - using mapi editor

Posted on 2008-10-31
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Anyone knows how to use mapi editor to find out the user who open up a particular message in a shard mailbox?  The document does not seem to help.

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A mapi editor will not show you that .. in face I dont think you can see that unless you have logging enabled, but even then I dont know of a way to see who opened a particular message in a shared mailbox.  All logging will show is mailbox access, not individual message access I'm afraid.

I wrote something a while back that might help?
http://blogs.flaphead.dns2go.com/archive/2007/04/04/auditing-within-exchange-200x.aspx
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