How to "Journal" with SBS2008/Exchange 7 so email are in original format?

Posted on 2010-08-16
Last Modified: 2013-11-11
In Exchange 7 the wise and always consistent MS has changed how the journalling is done, the emails are now showing up as attachments. This is something that I can't have, I need the emails in their original format using a transport rule or so, but I am not sure how exactly this should be done.

Can someone please help?

Question by:tom_szabo
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Busbar earned 500 total points
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you can create a transport rule to BCC all emails and forward them to specific mailbox

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ok, so how do you make it so it bcc all incoming and outgoing messages?
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from the organization config, hub transport and create a new transport rule to BCC all emails sent from users it is very simple

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yes I have been there but how do I tell the system that I want all emails - in and out, no exceptions?
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Exchange 2007 supports envelope journaling.

I dont think you can do message only journaling - like Exchange 2003, and turn envelope options on / off using execfg.

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