How to receive a copy of user sent e-mails.

I have a friend whom would like to keep track of his sons e-mailing activities.  He would like to receive a copy of every e-mail his son sends.  He is using Outlook 2003 with Windows XP connecting to his ISP e-mail account via POP3.  Is there a way to accomplish this without purchasing third party software?  If not, do you have any software recommendations?

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war1Commented:
Greetings, Tech-4-Life !

Create a mail rule to automatically send a carbon copy of email to your address.

Best wishes!
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Tech-4-LifeAuthor Commented:
How is that accomplished?  Is that done in Outlook 2003 or at the ISP account level?

Thanx...
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war1Commented:
Go to Tools-> Rules and Alerts in Outlook 2003

Create a separate rule for both receiving and sending.
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Thanks, war1
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