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    Office 365 / Pupil E-Mail account monitoring

    Hi All,

    I'm looking at switching our e-mail system during the summer, and have been holding from going to Google Apps route knowing that Office 365 was just around the corner! I have setup an account for our school (Just waiting on the DNS / Domain Verify to kick in)

    A quick question, does anybody know if the system allows an Admin / Senior Leadership Team to easily access a pupils mailbox on the free A2 package? Is there anything in place to allow for such monitoring of accounts that are used for pupils?

    Many Thanks

    Matt

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    From what I've seen you can add a user/group to view a students mail box over powershell. Microsoft have a help page that shows how - Give an Administrator the Ability to Open and View the Contents of a User's Mailbox
    If you haven't connected to the remote powershell then this should help - Connect Windows PowerShell to the Service

    I would like to know if there is an easier way though. I don't really want to run a powershell command each time I want to look into a users mailbox.

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