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Exchange 2003 - Journaling to multiple email addresses or an email enabled group.

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Simple question. Is this possible? I have a need to journal emails to more than one address from our exchange server (at least on a temporary basis while I evaluate a new message archive appliance). It seems logical to me that all i would need to do is set up an email enabled universal group, add the 2 users (email addresses) as members and then point journaling to the group address.

Anyone know if this will work or not?
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Question by:CorruptedLogic
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Hi,
Honest never felt the need to try it.
But yes if you create a Group it will work no issues, but you would be doubling the size
Cheers
Nitin
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