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Exchange 2010 - capturing outbound emails

Posted on 2011-02-14
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With most SMTP programs, I can set up at the server a rule that if I wanted to capture an individual accounts outbound emails, (ie.  any emails that they 'send'), I can capture those, and send them to an offline email address that only an administrator has access to.

Is there a way to do that under Exchange 2010?

Thank you in advance,
Jeff
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Yes, the journaling functionality will do that for you.  See the following link for an overview:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998649.aspx.
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cpatterson,

Thanks.  I would have to use standard journaling then, because I do not have an Enterprise Exchange.  Although journaling might be a little overkill for what I wanted to do.

Thank you again,
Jeff
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Accurate and complete answer.

Thank you,
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