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I'm looking for a sw to manage the mail incoming and outgoing.
I need to copy mail from one mailbox to another in according with rules. I don't want to use outlook.
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What version of Exchange are you using?  If you're using Exchange 5.5, then you can leverage the ims extensions to do this for you.
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Yes, I'm using exchange 5.5, but i don't know the ims extensions, can you tell me something more ?
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Here's a link to the ntfaq page

http://www.windows2000faq.com/Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=13697

If you follow all of the instructions listed on that page to set up the IMs extension.  You then configure the extensions via the registry.

It's possible to set up inbound, outbound and per recipient journalling whereby mail is transparently copied to another mailbox or public folder.

You can also use it to add text to inbound and outbound e-mails.
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What about Exchange 2003? Is there anything to create rules without using Outlook or any other 3d party extensions?

Thank you
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