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Logging Changes in Exchange 2010

Posted on 2013-05-31
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Is there a way to find a log regarding who changed/updated a users mailbox in Exchange 2010?

It looks like someone has been checking the 'Hide from Exchange Address lists' on users mailboxes. If there would be an event log, what would the Event ID be?
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