I'm an admin at my company and the question I have regards Exchange 2003. There are 4 other admins in my IT Dept, and I believe one of them is reading company executive emails. I believe that they're either doing this through Exchange itself, or just adding the executive's email inbox to their own Outlook account. Is there any way to prove this? The suspected admin uses a laptop and takes the laptop home with them, so I cannot just pull up Outlook on their laptop to see if the executive's inbox has been added.
I've always been told that a company needs to be able to trust it's admins and that there is no way to secure information from someone who has administrator privileges. But, I thought that if I can track this somehow, I can figure out who's reading the executive's email.
The only thing which you can do over here is go for an employee desktop monitoring software which is agent less. This will help you to prove what you actually think.
I can suggest you for http://www.***/employee-desktop-live-viewer.html