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The owner of the company is also an NT Admin on the server. He needs to review sent mail from an employee. He would like to do this without having to log onto the persons account. Can you send instructions on how to review an sent folder from Exchange Manager.

We are using Exchange 2007.

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Hi UD Square

Unfortunately you can't do this in exchange through the system manager.

You can either assign additional rights to the employee mailbox where the nt admin group also has access and open the additional mailbox on the company owners mailbox in outlook

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open the employee mailbox through OWA if NT Admins have been granted access to the mailbox.

hope this helps!

szichen
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