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Exchange 2003 and BitDefender  intercept all mail from specific address

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Not your typical black list/white list approach here, and 3 separate issues to deal with.

A long serving member of staff recently left our company. They have a wealth of in-depth product/company/worldwide distributor knowledge and, despite signing a disclosure agreement on leaving, this person has since approached and been employed by our major competitor in a very specialised niche market.

What I would like to do is have all emails from one specific and known email address intercepted and a copy forwarded to an admin email address.

Likewise, I would like all outbound mail from anyone in our AD to the known email address stopped and copy sent to admin email address.

Finally, I would like all inbound and outbound messages flagged either from or to the persons name (where the person's name is set up in their email account settings) to be allowed through, but copy sent to admin email address. It may be that a filter to entirely block email traffic from this persons name will be required but, for now, it will be enough to be able to track and trace correspondence.

All of the above will be on Exchange 2003 Standard and BitDefender for Exchange.


So, can this be done with what I have available or do I need to look at additional software ?
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Jian An Lim earned 2000 total points
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this is more to a specific rules for exchange.

it can be easily done using exchange 2007 via hub transport but i dont think you gonna upgrade to it anytime.

the function you are looking is content filtering which i can see on bitdefender.
you should able to specific what goes in and what goes out base on content filtering.

I am not a bitdender expert but looking at the page it has the function (no idea whether if require extra licence)



The next one is to use a software/service to do so.
I have been working with mailguard.com.au, a type of SaaS. and it able to do the exact function you want as well.


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