Auditing

Mailbox Logon Auditing with Exchange Reporter Plus

Auditing Exchange mailbox logins are a prime concern for Exchange administrators since it stores the corporate information, financials and all other confidential data. Information related to which users have logged on to what mailboxes at what time can provide Exchange administrators with some timely insights to avoid any fatal risks and errors or policy violations. Exchange Reporter Plus brings in exclusive mailbox logon reports to monitor, audit and alert both non-owner and self-mailbox logins. The reports under this category include

Non–owner Mailbox Logon Report

  • Reports on all non–users who gained excessive rights to access other user mailboxes.
  • An important report to detect any unauthorized access to confidential data.
  • Keeps Exchange administrators advised of all non–owner mailbox logins and ensures safety of the mailbox data.

User Logon Activity Report

  • Proactively audits and tracks users′ logons to mailboxes to provide a clear insight on the user logon history.
  • Lists all the successful user logons with the logon time details to help in meeting the regulatory compliances.

Server–based Logon Report

  • A holistic report giving statistics on both non–owner and self–mailbox logons based on servers.
  • Shows exact details of who accessed what mailbox within the last day, month or year.

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Report to track Exchange mailbox logins Audit non–owner mailbox logins Monitor mailbox logins by  non–owners Report on overall mailbox logins Server–based mailbox logins Track self–mailbox logins

Benefits

 Detect intentional or accidental unauthorized accesses.
 Meet the regulatory compliance policies by providing all the required audit data.
 Alert the mailbox owner or the administrator of any unauthorized access immediately.
 Export the report to csv, pdf, html or csv formats.
 Use the multiple views to have better understanding of the audit data.