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Posted on 2006-10-23
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Hi all,

Is there anyway on SBS/EXchange to be able to "archive" a users sent items as they send them. We have a scenario where one of my client suspects an employee of sending company info, so they want to copy the sent item "on the fly" if that makes sense. I have set retention on the server to 60 days and said that we can recover. I tried this on a email they sent and then deleted - but wasnt able to locate the message? Another issue for another question - but for now - just a kinda bcc on the fly?

Thanks
Sean
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Hi SeanNij,

The only inbuilt thing you will be able to use is Journaling - but this will be for ALL mail, not just that one user.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/2003/library/journaling.mspx

There may be a 3rd party app that can do this, but I have not seen it (and cannot imagine it would be cheap)

Hope that helps,

-red
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