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Monitor Email Out from Exchange 2003 Server

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     I have a client that is having security internally.  They think an internal employee could be sending out sensitive reports out.  Are there any good products that would allow to monitor email being sent out.  Where you could see file name or file type if needed?  Thanks
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by:Kent W
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If you have a corporate SPAM filter, and use it also as your outgoing, many of these appliances have what you are looking for, including rules you can put in place. Sonicwall I know does for sure.  McAfee, Symantec, even some of the Exchange add-ons (run on server) Spam / AV software incorporate this.
If you are an admin, you can also look at their sent items, and even in the delete items provided you have retention set up to something reasonable.
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by:bobohost
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They are using a Barracuda Spam & Virus Firewall.  I'll look at that and see what it offers me.  
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Most of the Barracuda spam firewalls have the feature.  The only catch is it needs to be in the sending email chain, either directly, or your exchange serve using it as a smart host.
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