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So, I have multiple mac users that currently sharing an exchange e-mail account. So far, this has worked out fine, as they're in a prepress department at a printing company and they need to share information with the other employees in their department. However, for security reasons, I would like to be able to track who is sending out an e-mail, even if it's coming from the common account. Is this possible?

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Exchange 2003 / 2007 / 2010? I take it these Mac users are running Entourage?

Out of this box I'm going to say it isn't possible, I suggest trying a product like eMailTrackerPro (haven't used it myself)

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Exchange 2007. Emailtrackerpro doesn't really sound like a solution. – Brett G Oct 7 '11 at 18:41

As far as I know this isn't possible. You would need to set them up each with their own mailbox and give them a DL that people can email that goes to all of them.

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