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Exchange 2010 Shared Mailbox Messages being moved

Posted on 2014-04-03
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Dumb questions .


Is there a way to tell who or what moved emails from the Inbox to a Folder within a Shared mailbox?  Is there any Auditing such as EMC or Active Roles Server that may show that user John Doe moved X amount of messages from Inbox to "Completed" Folder at this time/date?

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We have a shared mailbox used by 8 users.  A number of emails were moved from the Inbox to a Completed Folder over night last night and every user is denying it was he or she who did it.  They blame "The System" did it on its own lol
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Yes you can, you need to turn on Mailbox Audit Logs for those mailboxes.

More info from here:
http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-2010-mailbox-audit-logging/

Our users always said that too :D
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