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History of a Deactivated MS CRM user

Posted on 2011-03-11
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We are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM4
Is it possible for me to see the history of a CRM user that has been deactivated. If so, How?
Specifically I am looking for emails to/from a deactivated user.
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Easiest way to accomplish this is to do an Advanced Find on the email entity. Just do a search for emails sent from the email address OR to it.
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Duhh!
I was looking under activites and by user. Didn't think to search using the email address. I think this gives me what I need.
Thank you!
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