Copy of all relayed emails to a folder/archive/mailbox in Exchange

Posted on 2007-08-02
Last Modified: 2013-12-17
We have sendmail running on and AIX box for our business software.  We route all of the mail to Exchange to send out.  If we send an invoice/quote through our business software it first goes through sendmail, then it goes through Exchange.  In neither place can I find a copy of the email.  My boss would like to have all of the emails that are send from our business software (sendmail) saved in a folder/archive/mailbox somewhere so we can reference them later if necessary.  How can I do this?  Is there a way in Exchange to copy all emails that are relayed from sendmail to a mailbox?  I have looked into having sendmail do something like a bcc but it is too complicated for me to figure out.  I am a novice at this.
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