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SMTP Question

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Microsoft IIS Web ServerWindows Server 2003Email Protocols
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I'm new to SMTP.  We are running Microsoft SMTP on a server and have all of our applications pointed to it when we then relay to another SMTP which actually does the delivery.  The reason we have it set to send to another SMTP server for delivery is we do not have control over the SMTP server that does the actual e-mailing.  

My question is this..is there a way to configure our Microsoft SMTP server to look into the e-mails and actually log who the intended recipient is?  Or does this require some special SMTP server?  Any help about SMTP you could provide would be appreciated.


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