Environment: Exchange 2010 SP1, Outlook 2010 Pro Plus
We have a manager that needs access to a user's live email box without that user knowing about it (suspected wrong doing).
Obviously, we could give the manager Full Access permission in Exchange but if the manager accidentally clicks on an unread item or deletes something then it might give it away that they are accessing it. Also, we can't add the manager as a reviewer to the user's outlook (again, might give it away). We could also just export the mailbox from Exchange, but that wouldn't give the manager any email that comes in after the export (without us continually re-exporting it). From what I've seen, giving a user read-only permissions on a mailbox doesn't prevent the read/unread status from being modified. Discovery searches would work for specific things, but the manager would like to be able to browse.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to accomplish this?