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Who sent the mystery email?

Posted on 2014-07-20
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I am trying to find a way to get the name of the sender of an item in a delegated mailbox in Exchange 2010 via Outlook 2010. The scenario is that many delegates have access to a shared inbox and send emails from that inbox as the owner but I would like to be able to identify who sent a particular email.

Any help would be highly appreciated?
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The mostly bad news is it's very hard.

The good news is if this is for future foolproofing then you can follow this link
http://exchangeserverpro.com/using-exchange-server-mailbox-audit-logs-find-sender-email-shared-mailbox/

It teaches you how to use exchange logging and shows you how to check for certain scenarios.

The bad news is its very hard after the fact to find the sender. unless of course their sent mail goes into their own sent items. in this case you can run an exchange search for the title of the email to see.
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