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  • can exchange have duty segregation?

    Hi,

    Just to check cause I know lotus notes can do it. Can exchange also do it? as in not to allow email administrators to access user mail file?

    E.g. below

    Lotus Notes Administrator account does not have the rights to access the user mail file.
    • Field
    • Action
    • Administrators
    • Enter the names of administrators who can administer the server. The default value for this field is the name of the administrator who initially set up the server. Administrators listed here have the following rights:
      • Manager access to the Web Administrator database (WEBADMIN.NSF).
        Create, update, and delete folder and database links
        Create, update, and delete directory link ACLs
        Compact and delete databases
        Create, update, and delete full text indexes
        Create databases, replicas, and Master Templates
        Get and set certain database options (for example, in/out of service, database quotas, and so on)
        Use message tracking and track subjects
        Use the console to remotely administer UNIX servers
        Issue any remote console command
      .

    The engineer holding Lotus Notes Administrator Account does not have access to view the user mail file, unless the user give the ACL rights.

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    Re: can exchange have duty segregation?

    What version of exchange you talking about?

    If Exchange 2010, you can set permission, role base access and delegation.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../dd298183.aspx

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    • #3
      Re: can exchange have duty segregation?

      Originally posted by phewie View Post
      Hi,

      Just to check cause I know lotus notes can do it. Can exchange also do it? as in not to allow email administrators to access user mail file?

      E.g. below

      Lotus Notes Administrator account does not have the rights to access the user mail file.
      • Field
      • Action
      • Administrators
      • Enter the names of administrators who can administer the server. The default value for this field is the name of the administrator who initially set up the server. Administrators listed here have the following rights:
        • Manager access to the Web Administrator database (WEBADMIN.NSF).
          Create, update, and delete folder and database links
          Create, update, and delete directory link ACLs
          Compact and delete databases
          Create, update, and delete full text indexes
          Create databases, replicas, and Master Templates
          Get and set certain database options (for example, in/out of service, database quotas, and so on)
          Use message tracking and track subjects
          Use the console to remotely administer UNIX servers
          Issue any remote console command
        .

      The engineer holding Lotus Notes Administrator Account does not have access to view the user mail file, unless the user give the ACL rights.
      By default Exchange doesn't allow anyone other than the designated user access to their mailbox.

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