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Track E-mail Moves Between Folders in Exchange 2010

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Is there any way to track in Exchange 2010/Outlook 2010/OWA if a particular e-mail gets delivered to the Inbox or Junk E-mail. Additionally, is there a way to track if a user moves an e-mail between the Inbox or Junk E-mail folder?
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You can query the mailbox using the search-mailbox cmdlet to search for specific items in the Inbox or other folders in Outlook. However you cannot monitor when a user moves an item from one folder to another in Outlook.

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