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Is there a Powershell cmdlet to show mailbox activity?

Posted on 2011-03-25
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All,

(hoping someone get back to me ASAP)

Is there a powershell cmdlet that will allow me to see the login activity to a particular mailbox say for the past 2 weeks?
I need to see if who has access a particular mailbox?

Thanks
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there is no such thing if you want to know who accessed a mailbox in hte past 2 weeks you are out of luck

however, if it can help, you can implement mailbox access auditing from now on
http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2007/compliance-policies-archiving/exchange-2007-mailbox-access-auditing-part1.html
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That is what I thought but just wanted confirmation...thanks Akhater
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