Exchange 2010

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Microsoft Exchange
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How to identify compromised exchange email account?

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To identify is simple, your password and the security questions will be changed and you no longer will further be able to use that particular account.

Whats more imp is, how to recover that account back.

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  • ravvyreddy
    Please do answer that... environment would be exchange 2010 and outlook 2007
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  • mshen
    You can check the IIS logs for suspicious IP addresses accessing your CAS Server. C:inetpublogsLogFilesW3SVC1 If you think someone compromised an AD account, you have more to worry about then Exchange. Check the Domain Controller security logs for suspicious login failures.
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  • stephenlembert
    If you are using SMTP, check the logs. There might also be a problem form the client side (Outlook). Track the message addresses by using Message Tracking. Make sure you change all the passwords and restart the service.
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