Outlook 2007 add other user's mailbox as additional mailbox logging

Does anyone know if it is logged by default somewhere when someone adds an additional mailbox to their mailbox? If it is enabled by default either in exchange server or outlook, where is the log? And if it's not on by default, how can you enable that?
caloricAsked:
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anupnellipCommented:
look for event id Event ID: 1016
This is logged it when ever a user opens as mailbox which is not his primary logon account
check
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/867640
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caloricAuthor Commented:
Exchange_Geek: I'm looking for just mailbox events specifically, and for exchange 2007.

anupnellip: I tested that and checked the logs on both the client and server and can't find any events by that ID.
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caloricAuthor Commented:
Both are kind of what I'm looking for, although I have exchange 2007. anupnellip, I never found that log code in either the server or client logs though.
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Exchange_GeekCommented:
It hasn't changed much in Exchange 2007 either.

Scroll down in your registry to

HKLM - System - Current Control Set - Services - MSExchangeIS - Diagnostic - Private -
Logons
Access Control

Double Click on each and make the value as "7" (That is the highest value possible)

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