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Capture all emails sent to and received from an external domain

We would like to capture/archive all emails sent to an external domain (theircompany.com) from our Exchagne 2003 server as well as capture/archive all emails received from that domian. This is at the direction of our attorneys. These are the requirements:

- It should not require a lot of "tinkering" on our exchange server and no outlook configuring (no setting up rules, forwarding messages, creating public folders, etc.)
- Capturing should be seemless and invisible to the users
- It can be a stand alone appliance or software installed on the server
- It should be able to be configured to capture only email sent to and received from theircompany.com
- Certain users should be able to view these caputred emails with minimal effort (via a web page for example.)
- It should cost less then 5K

Thank you for your suggestions.
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uid94130Commented:
Use the Active Directory Users and Computers console and modify the service account.
In the "Exchange General" tab (you might need to select the "View / Advanced features" option in the console to show the exchange tabs) choose "Delivery Options".
In the "Delivery Options" window select the "Forward to" option and browse for your mail enabled PF (check the following picture):
http://exchangepedia.com/blog/images/DeliveryOptions-FwdToPF.gif
Also select the "Deliver messages to both forwarding address and mailbox" checkbox if you want the messages to arrive both to the mailbox and the PF.
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uid94130Commented:
Sorry. Please ignore the previous message. It was mistakenly posted to this topic (intended to another post).

On topic, you can check the following link:
http://www.messagesolution.com/products_comp.htm
You will need to contact them for pricing information based on your mail infrastructure.
Hope this helps!
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