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How to keep one copy for every outgoing email

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I am using Redhat 8 with sendmail installed, I would like to keep one copy for every outgoing email when somebody send email through my sendmail server.

How can I do ?

Thank's for your help !

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There are two ways to do this,

1. using libmilter, http://www.milter.org/
2. using the sendmail LogAll feature (requires you to
build sendmail from source) http://www.freakout.de/logall.c

i have used method 2 with success, decide on which method
you want to use

tc
-nick
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