[windows2000] Re: Identifying and Removing Dead User Accounts fro m NT Domain

  • From: "Costanzo, Ray" <rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 13:41:54 -0400

Unless you have users like me:

Your message
To:  <some coworker>
Subject:  READ ME NOW
Sent:  ______4/3/2001______

was deleted without being read on 8/13/2003.

Unbelievable.  This was the first time this person had opened Outlook
since some time prior to April of 2001.  This receipt will remain
hanging on my wall until I get another one like this that is worse.

Ray at work

-----Original Message-----
From: Ruud Bransen [mailto:rb@xxxxxxxxxxx] 

Don't know if you got Exchange running in de domain. I know you can see
the last access time / logon time to the mailboxes. If it's been a while
(>month??), there's a big chance the user is gone. Not 100% proof but
maybe it will help you out.

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