Is it possible to store all emails for only one user in exchange to separate folder?

Posted on 2008-11-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Is it possible to store all emails for only one user in exchange to separate folder than exchange default e.g. on another drive.

we created one user and created a hub transport rule to that will send a  blind carbon copy BCC of each single email coming in and out from our exchange server , to that user. that means mailbox storage will be very high, i allready removed all limits from that user, but want to store that mailbox out of exchange default storage so it won;t affact anything regarding storage capacity etc etc, is it  possible we can do this anyhow.
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    There isn't any way natively in Exchange to do so and you may need to develop your own custom transport agent if you want to save mails to any storage drive.

    Or create a separate mailbox store and give the path of database of that mailbox store to specific drive which has larger capacity.

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