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How do you send a copy of all outgoing emails to a recipient without the sender knowing?

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We are using Microsoft Exchange and Outlook 2003

We would like to setup something so that when one of our users sends any email it automatically sends a copy of that email to an administrator, without the user knowing.

I've checked the exchange settings and i can only find options for auto forwarding on incoming mails, not outgoing.

Is there any way of doing this?

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That would work but only if we wanted to see all mails from an entire mailbox store, not from one perticular user
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are you looking for a particular user ?

If you are using Exchange 2003 . it isnt possible , you have go for third party software like GFI Mail essentials.
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if you have exchange enterprise, move this user's mailbox to another store and then implement journaling.
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thanks for the help :)
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