The president of the company wants to be able to read a few employees mailboxes. The president doesn't want anyone to know, nor does he want me (the Network Administrator) to know which mailboxes. We have an Exchange 2007 / windows 2008 server.
Is there a way for him to do this without changing passwords or alerting people to the fact someone's doing this? I'm just trying to figure out a way to facilitate his request.
You can give him full access to the mailboxes, but you know which ones he has access to.
Otherwise you'd have to give him some admin rights and install the Exchange managment console on his computer and
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