RE: Sent/Received User's emails Amendment at t he S erver

  • From: "Periyasamy, Raj" <Raj.Periyasamy@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2004 13:44:17 -0400

Yes, it wil still show the exact modified date. The Modified date/time
is always stamped in the message. By selecting the field to view you are
just viewing what is already in the message. Same applies every other
field. It is there, you just select what field you want see or hide. By
deleting field, that data is not lost, but just hidden.
 
 
 

Regards, 

Raj


 

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From: Hazem Mustafa [mailto:hazemmustafa@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 12:36 PM
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Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Sent/Received User's emails Amendment at t
he S erver


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Hi Raj,
 
But if the "Modified" date/time field to the user's mailbox folder was
not add at or before the time the changes took place, and have ben add
afterfward, would it still tell me when the changes occurred to the
message if any after the message was received in the folder, or sent out
by the user

Please advise
Hazem 

"Periyasamy, Raj" <Raj.Periyasamy@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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        Hazem,
        Add the "Modified" date/time field to the user's mailbox folder
under question, and compare the Received or Sent dates against the
Modified dates. This will tell you when the changes occurred to the
message if any after the message was received in the folder, or sent out
by the user. Technically, it is possible to make such changes as an
admin and save the messages. Your sent date/time or received date/time
will not change in this case. Only the Modified date/time will be
changed. To add the Modified field, use the Filed chooser, and select
"date/time fields" option.
         
        HTH
         

        Regards, 

        Raj
        

         

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        From: Hazem Mustafa [mailto:hazemmustafa@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
        Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 12:01 PM
        To: [ExchangeList]
        Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Sent/Received User's emails
Amendment at t he S erver
        
        
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        Hi Chris,
         
        Thank you for your response, the situation is that the user has
got his email box active and has got all his sent and received emails in
its folders showing its old sent on or received dates accordingly, what
he complains about is that the text in one or two of his sent and in one
his received emails has been changed , its not the same as it was when
received or sent although it holds the right old dates of the time it
has been sent or received at with all the other information in place,
the user accuses that some one from the admin team in purpose used his
power and full control to make those changes, now its a challenge is it
possible technical wise for an admin to do those changes at the user
mail and to save those changes keeping all the old dates and references
of the original or not ?
         
        Please advise
        
        Chris Wall <Chris.Wall@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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                Yes that is possible....  Does the recipient know the
dates the e-mail was sent?  
                
                If so, is deleted item retention turned on so that it
can be recovered from deletion?  If it is outside of the retention
window (if enabled) have the admin restore the users mailbox in a test
environment and recover the sent items.  I would hope that you have good
backups to recover...
                 
                Chris

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                From: Hazem Mustafa [mailto:hazemmustafa@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
                Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 11:28 AM
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                Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Sent/Received User's emails
Amendment at the S erver
                
                
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                Dear Greg,
                 




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