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Exchange 2003 mailbox shows administrator as last logged on

As I was cleaning up the exchange, I am looking in ESM / mail store and i discovered that many users show last "logged on by" the domain administrator - myself.

I obviously did not log on at all. I don't know the reason why this is showing. Can it be that I have Symantec backup exec backing up the information store and in turn cause this?

please help. I hope this isn't a security concern.

Tx
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Robert Perez-Corona

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i forgot to mention that the "access attempts" are identical. I've seen a few topics online with respect to another user showing up. But in my case its the domain admin. Check it out:

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As I said earlier its just the access attempts could be for backups or other activities like calendar opening for other user
If still worried then check the backup times and verify it with the account access
Robert Perez-Corona

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its possible that the backup times are causing this...but then again i have other users who still show that the domain admin last attempted to access the mailbox, however it shows that this occurred 6 years ago..example...2007, some 2009...

i only submitted a portion of a screenshot to show some that were accessed simultaneously.

thx again..
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