automatic bcc of all outgoing messages

i use a linux box as my local mail server in the office and all my employees use this mail server for their outgoing mails.

Now can any one suggest how to send a bcc of all out going messages to a particular account automatically.

My machine is a PIII 1.3 ghz, 128 mb ram, using Redhat Linux 7.1.
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kathotiaAsked:
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ComTechCommented:
This question will be placed in PAQ as requested, and points refunded.

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samriCommented:
kathotia,

It's great to seeing you again.

It seems that you have been giving a "not so constructive" grades to members that helped you.

I would recommend that you take a visit to this link: http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/cmtyQuestAnswer.jsp and try to appreciate the assistance that we are giving out.

Grades won't matter the original question points, but it does a big deal to whomever is helping.  If the proposed solution is not satisfactory you can ask for clarification.  It would be considered rude to just give somebody a C or D, for a solution that you thought is a way off.  Be kind to at least say

  - "hey buddy, thanks for helping.  Sorry, but the I already found the answer.  Here's is you D".

------enuf the whining.

So, lets get back to the original problem.

Some examples:

A "D" grade would be for something like:
- I knew it is possible.  Read the sendmail documentation.


A "C" would sounds like;

Yes, it is possible.  You would need to rebuild sendmail from source.  Look for modules (or code segment) that sendmail call before sending the mail, and hack it.

An "B" would be something like
-- Hmmm... does it worth the effort looking for a "B" kinda of answer?

And, and "A", Hmmm.... do we have an "A"


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it make me feel bad already. :(
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kathotiaAuthor Commented:
I got the answer to my question at
http://www.geocities.com/sbmilbur/sendmail

If any body is intrested he can visit there and see.

Samri:
instead of giving all crap as your comments it would have been nice to have seen the above url as your answer.

Please treat this question as closed as such no points will be awarded

I dont know how to delete it.

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samriCommented:
Just having a bad day maybe!

You can drop off at Community Support (http://www.experts-exchange.com/commspt/) and request for a deletion.  

To be frank, it's a good PAQ.  You can ask to reduce the pts, and keep the PAQ.  That way you get to keep the pts, and other would benefit from your findings.

cheers.
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kathotiaAuthor Commented:
thanks for the suggestion. i have forwarded the request.
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