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setup bcc to all outgoing emails

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Is there a way to setup MS outlook web access to bcc all outgoing emails to an unique address? I have looked into the site and couldn't find a solution to this.

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by:WilyGuy
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You can set up an outgoing rule in Outlook that will CC someone based on criteria.  Not sure if this is a Server side or Client side rule though, so not sure it would work.  It is also CC not BCC.

With Transport Rules in Exchange 2007, you might be able to do something like this, but looks like you have 2003.
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by:digitsung
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If we upgrade to 2007, what are the steps to setup bcc via the transport rules?
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Is it possible to setup the transport rule via the Outlook Web Access for my email account?
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You have to be an Exchange Admin to set up transport rules.  Understand that Transport Rules are actually acting in the background and don't appear in your rules.
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Is there anyway to setup a bcc rule from the client side software like WOA?
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There is no out of the box functionality to do that in Outlook or OWA. You can CC, but not BCC.
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thanks for the reply. back to exchange 2003, is there a server side option to bcc all outgoing emails of a user?
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I don't believe so.  Transport Rules are new with Exchange 2007.
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