Exchange Server 2007 running on Server 2003

Ive been brought into a company because the director doest want the i.t staff looking at his email as they have administrative access. I will be changing the active directory admin password what else should i change.
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
check exchange to make sure they don't have permission on the mailbox

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Mal OsborneAlpha GeekCommented:
Seems you have a silly director. IT staff will be severely restricted in their ability to perform their job without admin access.   Companies need to have IT staff they can trust, there really is not any way around that.
fastadviceAuthor Commented:
I was under the impression that a top level administration account should never be used in a production environment.
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