In exchange server 2003, is there a way to know if someone has been accessing e-mails illegally?

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In exchange server 2003, is there a way to know if someone has been accessing e-mails illegally? Could we find that out through some log files. Is there some kind of security software that needs to be installed or is it standard out of the box with 2003.
ASKED: November 18, 2008  3:26 PM
UPDATED: November 21, 2008  5:13 PM

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There is nothing standard or out of the box in exchange 2003 which will allow you to see this, no. You would need a third party utility. I don’t even know of any off-hand, but perhaps someone else does.

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You can check to see the last user who logged into a certain account and when they did it. Go to System Manager -> Administrative Groups -> Domain_name -> Servers -> server_name -> First Storage Group -> Mailboxes.

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