Forwarding all outgoing email to a specific recipient

Does anyone know if it is possible to have all outgoing email from one user, blindly forwarded to another address inside the Exchange organisation?

Thanks a lot,
Daniel Murfitt
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rhandelsCommented:
Yes, this can be done by adding a wizard rule. You will need to log in to Outlook by using the users credentials, then go to Tools and select Wizard Rules. Create a rule here that starts with "check mail when i send" and then make sure to send it to another address within the organization..
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DClaydenAuthor Commented:
This will work, but you can only CC the mail to another address, and this will not really be suitable. Is there any other server side way?

Thanks,
Dan
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rhandelsCommented:
Hi,

Not that i'm aware of, not with the standard functionalities of Windows... Maybe with some sort of third party tool...
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getzieCommented:
GFI MailEssentials has a Mail Monitoring feature that I've used at clients to allow managemet monitor selected outbound (or inbound) mail account without the users knowlege.
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DClaydenAuthor Commented:
Thanks for that, will take a look. Is there anyway of doing it in Exchange though? What about some kind of logging to see what emails are going out?

Thanks a lot for your help,

Dan
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rhandelsCommented:
Hi,

You could use the Track message option. You can find it within the Exchange System Manager. You can only check who send mails and who received the mails (per person) and the amount of mails thet they send and to whom they did it... Make sure to enable tracking log before doing this..
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DClaydenAuthor Commented:
Does this write a log file of some sort?

Thanks,
Dan
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rhandelsCommented:
Hi,

Yes it does.. After that, you can search the log file using the Track message center..
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