Does Exchange Server adequately protect against backdating items in a mailbox folder? I want to determine from an auditing perspective what level of risk exists/what trust can be put into Exchange database records.
Is there a (mis)feature that allows end point users to modify the sent/recieved date fields on their own messages?
Is there a reasonable way short of hand editing the files for an Exchange Server admin to make such a change?
And most importantly: Is there any kind of "sequence number" that we could use to audit Exchange records for evidence of date manipulation (ex. msg100 = Dec 15, msg101 = Dec 10, msg102 = Dec 16)