Where in the exchange server does it record which machine has the mailbox opened.?

Posted on 2008-11-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-05

Where in the exchange server does it record which machine has the mailbox opened.?
I know there is some place that this gets recorded. How can i retrieve this.

Question by:bsharath
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    It doesnt record what machine (AFAIK), however you can see the last logged in user from the Exchange Managment Console (Mailboxes view in Exch2k3 and Double click the mailbox you wish to see in Exch2k7)
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    With the following tool, you can find the IP address and then use an NSLOOKUP to find the PC name.
    Download the Microsoft Exchange Server User Monitor @:
    Here are some helpful instructions on how to use the app:
    Best of luck!

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