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Exchange 2000 security - 29.Oct.2005 7:26:48 PM   


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On one of the security reports from exchange 2000, it notes a users mailbox was last accessed by someone other than the owner / user.

This person (who administers the exchange servers) first denied accessing the mailbox and then stated his name was applied to the account because he was load balancing the exchange servers. I find this an unreasonable explanation because, if true would his user ID not have tagged all the mail boxes he had load balanced ? why / how would you load balance a single mailbox ?

Is there a way that I can trace this users history of accesssing mailboxes and see if his statements are correct or if he has indeed been browsing other users mailboxes without their knowledge and possibly permissions ?

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