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I would like all emails that are sent and received by users in the Exchange 2003 information store to be saved in a public folder with security and folder visibility for only a couple of users.
I recall seeing an article on how to do this but can't seem to locate it on the web
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You want Journaling,

The problem is, it will get everything in the mail store (to and from)

If this is what you want, here is a guide -> http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/Guides/E2k3Journal/586157f3-51a2-4517-8f8f-b9785881b232.mspx?mfr=true

If you want to get selective about it (and haven't got Enterprise version), IvaSoft has a great solution; http://www.ivasoft.biz/sj.shtml

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by:mcrossland
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This looks like a better solution than I originally found using public folders.
This would utilize single instance storage, right?  Take up no extra space?
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I am 99% certain that Journaling does not use single instance storage, I will have a look around.

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OK but you got the right answer for this question.

Thanks!
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