Exchange 2007

I'm setting up a Microsoft 2003 Server 64 bit, with Exchange 2007. It's for a financial firm, and what they want to do, is that when one of the brokers Click Send. It will send the email to the Operations Manager, so it will send the email to an Exchange mailbox on the server. Then that person, can send the email to the client. Could this be setup per account basis. and not server. The FCC/NASD recommend this practice, and the owner as well. Any suggestions, how I could accomplish this.

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TJacoberger1Asked:
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ATIGConnect With a Mentor Commented:
you could use a transport rule to perform somthing like this....

you could do anything from user A redirect to B.....

you may want to look at message classification as well.....

check out my blog on message classification and transport rules
----this way the broker could classify a message as client and any message with client classifiction will be redirect to Ops Manager

http://exchange-genie.blogspot.com
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TJacoberger1Author Commented:
Thank you for your help.....
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ATIGCommented:
no problem
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