Copy all incoming mails with a Exchange rule to a public folder

Hello,

we have a problem with one of our clients... We need to set up a rule or something simular to copy all incoming emails of all users to a public folder. this must be done with an Exchange rule on the server and not with a Outlook rule.

many thx in advance,

with kind regards,

Tom
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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
Version of Exchange? You can turn on message journaling pretty easy in 200x, but beware the added disk space.

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MaharajkpCommented:
I am not sure ... if you can do to PF
But if you are running E2k ... follow this article ...

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307798


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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
no, pretty sure it has to be a mailbox, even so, I wouldn't want to do it with a PF....
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o-tvw-eeAuthor Commented:
Hello,

it is Exchange 2000 Enterprise with SP3 and the rollup for SP3.
we know that it can be done, because it worked before our upgrade to Enterprise. But what we not know is how they did it. This has been done by someone else.  Maybe with com+ components or API's? I have no knowledge with com+ and API's...

Maharajkp, I think that we can't use you article, but thx for the info

many thx

greetz,

Tom
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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
yup, you're right, you can journal to a PF. All you have to do is select the folder you want. Here's the article from msexchange.org:
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF011.html

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o-tvw-eeAuthor Commented:
Kidego,

thx that was the solution.

with kind regards,

Tom
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