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Posted on 2013-10-28
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Exchange 2010 SP3 Enterprise (DAG Environment)
Windows 2008 R2 SP1 Enterprise


Hello!  We are enabling users to have an Archive mailbox attached to their email accounts using the Exchange Archive feature.  Currently we have it setup where the Exchange admins can have full access into every mailbox.  Our issue is we need to attach and search through the archives and the only way we have found to do this is to log in as the user.

How are we able to open up the archive without logging in as the owner?  Thanks!
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You need to use e-discovery in Exchange 2010.
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Thank you, that is currently how I am doing it but I am wanting to have more access than that.  

For example, since I have full control of every mailbox I can make a new profile and open it up through Outlook and brows what is needed.  I am wanting that same access with the archive mailbox.
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