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Exchange 2010 - track which user sends an email from a shared mailbox

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Hi all,

If 2 users are sending emails from a shared mailbox, is there any way to track which users sends which email ? I know it can be done by assigning 'Send on behalf of' permissions to the users for that shared mailbox, but is there any other way ?

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http://exchangeserverpro.com/using-exchange-server-mailbox-audit-logs-find-sender-email-shared-mailbox/ has a guide, but you can't really do anything if Mailbox Auditing is disabled (which it is, by default). https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff461937(v=exchg.160).aspx has instructions on how to enable auditing on individual mailboxes or all of them. Once auditing is enabled, you'll be able to tell who sent what using the first link's instructions.
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