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How can you view who sent a message with "Send As" permissions on a shared mailbox?

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How can you view who sent a message with "Send As" permissions on a shared mailbox?  Is there a tool I can purchase?
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by:Phillip Burton
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It's possible that Filecats Professional can help. Assuming the email is in Microsoft Outlook, if you drag it to Windows Explorer, it is able to analyse the metadata contained in the email and give you a lot of information (see the link for information). I note that this information includes Sender [address] and Sent Representing  [address], so hopefully one of those will give you the information you request.

If the email is not in Microsoft Outlook, then please be a bit more specific.
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Jian An Lim earned 500 total points
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if you have exchange backend, you just need enable logging to track who has send such email.

for exchange 2013, http://exchangeserverpro.com/using-exchange-server-mailbox-audit-logs-find-sender-email-shared-mailbox/

please tell me your specific exchange if it is not 2013.  (there always a way on older version, just more process if the exchange version is older)
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by:JimmyRiverside
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We are running Exchange 2010 SP3.
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by:Jian An Lim
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sure.

exchange 2010 sp3 by default do not audit such.
you need to enable them manually as below
set-mailbox <sharedmailbox> -auditadmin sendas -auditdelegate sendas

to search them run,
search-mailboxauditlog <sharedmailbox> -showdetails

Again, if you need to audit more detail, you can as well, read the below for details example.
http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2010/compliance-policies-archiving/auditing-mailbox-access.html
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by:JimmyRiverside
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Never mind I got the answer from another source.
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