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Exchange Policy to route messages to specified folder.

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We recently purchased a Cisco 5510 firewall with the spam module.  The 5510 will stamp suspected spam with "Spam:" in the subject line.  I want to set a policy through our Exchange 2000 server to automatically move all messages marked "Spam:" in the subject line to a specified folder that each user can sort through and ensure that no critical email was moved there accidently.  

Any help configuring Exchange to do this globally would be greatly appreciated.
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You will need an event sink to do that.
There are various sinks kicking around. Some of the open source spam applications have developed them.
If you want something commercial, then I believe that there is a tool at ivasoft.biz called Spam Mover.

Simon.
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Is there any way to do it through policy or rules?
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Only by accessing every mailbox individually and setting a rule in each mailbox. That is why Event Sinks were designed - to avoid you have to do that.

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