Exchange 2003 logs

I have MS Exchange 2003.
A number of admins have access tot he server.

How can I view what each of them does? Such as, setting up profiles/mailboxes on Exchange etc?
I'm trying to find out if one of them is sneakily keeping an eye on one of our clients emails.

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Hilal1924Commented:
Natively it is really very difficult. You can use a third party Utility such as AD Change Reporter, ManageEngine Exchange Reporter or Quest's Exchange Reporting. They will give you some very nice reports. They have a one month Trail available.

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E-Z-PCAuthor Commented:
Is there nothing I can see in event viewer, for example, that shows if they've opened something or created a new profile?
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Hilal1924Commented:
You can use Diagnonostic Logging but even that is very limited. For Example Even if someone even accesses a calendar it will be logged as well, which will show in Sytem Manager as Somebody tried to logon to someones mailbox even though Only Calendar information was accessed. Diagonostic Logging will write events to Event Viewer but IMHO it is useless.

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Hilal1924Commented:
>> Shreedhar: Trust me bro the Diagonostics Logging for Access Control is USELESS :)

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E-Z-PCAuthor Commented:
Both equally as useful, cheers guys.
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