Mailbox Access Auditing
In many circumstances, important employees may have personal assistants that have access to their mailboxes, or teams might simply use shared mailboxes to communicate better. Whatever the reason, it’s important that you maintain proper auditing on shared mailboxes to avoid unwanted changes going unnoticed. With Lepide’s Exchange Server audit solution you can audit based on specific user access and instantly get alerts and receive regular reports showing you who, what, when and where from a specific mailbox was accessed and what they did.
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How We Audit Non-Owner and Owner Mailbox Access
- Auditing Mailbox Access by Delegated Users If you have delegated access to your mailbox users, you will need to know what actions they are performing within those mailboxes and when. Our mailbox access auditing solution enables you to run a report on all actions performed by delegated users, including who performed it, where they performed it, what they did and when.
- Non-Owner Mailbox Access Auditing If a non-owner accesses a mailbox, it could be a sign that an unauthorized individual has got access to potentially sensitive emails and data. Lepide Exchange Server Auditor enables you to generate a list of all mailboxes accessed by non-owners to give you better visibility into whether your Exchange Server is secure.
- Auditing Mailbox Access by Owners It is never wise to operate on a trust-based policy. Any user, regardless of seniority level, privileges or department, must be monitored in the same way to ensure complete Exchange Server security. This means auditing mailbox access by owners. With this report, you will be able to see what your users are doing in their Exchange Server environment and spot suspicious behaviour more easily.