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Exchange 2010 PF who deleted mail in Public Folder how to know

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Hi,
in a email-enabled public Folder (for a Group Email Adress) sometimes Mails are deleted. We want to know wich user it deleted. How can we do this?

Exchange 2010 with DAG, Public Folder Replicated.

Thanks for your help

John
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Not possible.
Exchange doesn't allow logging to an item level.
Even if it could, you would need to be doing it before the event, you cannot do it after.

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Hi Simon,

thanks for your answer.

I wonder why MS do not Support this, because this would not only be our Problem.

Greetings John
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Audit every message? That would create huge logs.

Simon.
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