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Public Folder Logs in Exchange

Posted on 2013-06-04
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Are changes to files in public folders tracked in log files somewhere?  

I've been requested to look to see who and when a file was deleted from a public folder.  I told them I wasn't sure that would be available, but that I would look in to it.

If they are tracked, how would I go about finding that information?  (will be googling for it in the meantime)

OS: 2008 Std
Exchange: 07
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There are no such logs to find this information.
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That's pretty much what i'm finding while googling as well.  I'd need to have some 3rd party tool previously setup to keep track of something like that.

Thanks for your input!
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Yes you can look for change auditor tool for Exchange
http://www.quest.com/changeauditor-for-exchange/
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