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Exchange 2007 - Archive all Mail Messages to Public folder?

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We are migrating Windows 2003 SBS to 2008 SBS.  We made use of a simple feature in  Exchange 2003 that allowed us to send all inbound and outbound messages to a archive mailbox.  The option in Exch03 was configured on the Mailstore > Properties > General Tab.  It allowed you to copy the messages to an mailbox or mail enabled public folder.  
I can't find a similar option in Exchnage 2007 Management GUI and have not been sucessfull  searchingfor info about if that option still exists.

Can someone point me to it or a workaround.
The mail traffic is very small and we use that folder to help with compliance issues and policy policing.   thanks.
 
Please advise.  
Jc
   
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I believe what you want to do is called journalling now.  In the Exchange console, go under server, then mailbox, and right click on your mailbox store.  Check the box that states journal receipient and point it to the box you want all the mail to goto.
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Damn ..  same place different name !    Gets me everytime.  
Thanks .
 
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Gotta love MS... helps keep us IT guys in business!
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