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Exchange 2003 Mailbox last Logged on By

Posted on 2011-09-16
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In ESM under mail store>mailboxes there is an active user account that is listed as Last Logged on By to a few different user accounts. How can that be when the user does not have any permissions to thouse user's mailboxes?

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Mailbox              Last Logged on BY
John James      domain\ssmith
Susan Doe        domain\ssmith
John Adams      domain\ssmith
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it is for calendar(free/busy) sharing. Normally, every user mailbox has calender sharing for everyone by default. So that when someone make an appointment, they can see free/busy status of the participants. It is normal to see last logged on by other names on a mailbox.
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neothwin's answer is correct.
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