Outlook 2010/2013 user permission

If a user has a full permission to another user mailbox. Is there a log or track when the users access another user mailbox?

Is there a log when that user open another user mailbox on his/her mailbox under outlook?

Is there a log or track if he/she had access to another user mailbox when they read, click unread, forward an email from another users mailbox?

Any log or track outlook activity?

Please advise.
Thank you
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David AtkinTechnical DirectorCommented:

This is dependant on the mail server.  Exchange 2013 and Office 365 will be able to provide you a mailbox audit via the Exchange Admin Center.  The auditing is done server side and not outlook side.

I believe the Audit only shows when the mailbox has been accessed by another user.  I believe it is disabled by default.

Have a read here (referring to Exchange 2013):

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CollinMendozaAuthor Commented:
Is this audit available in exchange 2010?
David AtkinTechnical DirectorCommented:
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Gerald NegrotaIT ProfessionalCommented:
Locally, in Outlook 2010/2013 you can enable Troubleshooting Logging. WARNING: the log file will become huge, so remember to turn ON/OFF as you need .
 For Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2010   :
-    In Outlook, go to the File tab > Options > Advanced.
-    Under Other, select or clear the Enable troubleshooting logging (requires restarting Outlook) check box.
-    Exit and restart Outlook.
The LOG file is located in %TEMP% folder .
    After you restart Outlook, if mail logging is turned on, (Logging Enabled) appears in the Outlook title bar.
    You may have to exit Outlook for data to be written to the log files.
CollinMendozaAuthor Commented:
Gnenota,  logging will only work after enabling the troubleshooting log? Any log prior?
Gerald NegrotaIT ProfessionalCommented:
Nope, nothing before. There is a Journal inside Outlook, but is useless for what you need.
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