Smtp server

I work in a school and the staff have email addresses. We use Google mail for our email system - free for educational use. We want to stop some staff from sending emails but want them to be able to collect them. Some other staff we want to be able to send emails but we want to be able to see what emails have been sent. I assume that I can do this with a SMTP server - I have 3 2003 Servers at the school and I assuem that I can use one of these and use it as our own SMTP server. Is this is correct and how do I do it?
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moorhouselondonCommented:
If you use your own mail-server such as MDaemon, you should be able to configure things in the way described.  It is arguably more flexible to setup than the one normally associated with 2003 Servers.

I say should - some external factors come into play, such as whether your system is connected to the internet via a fixed IP address, for example.

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