Create cc rule on Exchange server

In Exchange 2003, how to make user (Jack) send message using mailbox account (MKT) and to allow cc the message to MKT's inbox WITHOUT creating Outlook's rule on user computer.

NOTE: The user (Jack) has permission to send as MKT.

I'm looking for server-end configuration. So that, the next new computer will not bother to create a custom rule in Outlook itself.

Is it possible to do on GPO, or System Manager, or Active Directory Users and Computers console?

Please advice!
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chekfuAsked:
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SembeeCommented:
That is considered a client side setting. Nothing in Exchange 2003 or older that can do that out of the box.
To do something server side you would have to create an event sink.

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czcdctCommented:
Unlike Deleted Items where you can configure a deletion to go into the right DI folder the Sent Items is designed to go into the mailbox of the person actually doing the sending. However: http://www.ivasoft.biz/sj.shtml might be of use to you.
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chekfuAuthor Commented:
What next to do after enabling event sink?
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czcdctCommented:
If you have no experience in creating or using event sinks you must stay a very long way from them.
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chekfuAuthor Commented:
I have to perform this scenario for my company.

What should I do?
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SembeeCommented:
Hire a developer to write an event sink for you. As already outlined if you do not have experience with them then you shouldn't try it yourself unless you have a good programming background and a test environment.

Simon.
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