A message goes out using Outlook 2003 to a single e-mail address but is cc'd to a larger address that shouldn't have received it. The clients are a mixture of Outlook 2003 and OWA. The exchange 2003 server used is a 3rd party server used by all recipients. The sender recalled the message.
Are the following assumptions correct:
1. OWA only users will only see the message between the sending and the recall. Once recalled, they will only see the recall notice.
2. Outlook 2003 users will see (recall notice only) if they were not logged into mail server when it all happens
3. Outlook 2003 users will see both the e-mail, and later, the recall notice if they opened the e-mail or viewed it in preview pane (e-mail considered OPEN), but the recall notice will remove the original e-mail.
4. If outlook is open and receives original e-mail, but the e-mail is never openned, all the recipient will see is the recall.
I know sender gets notifications. Is there a specific server log that deals with these that can be accessed to see who saw what?