I am looking for a best practice way of setting up the following items for a project I am currently working on.
1. SBS2008 fully updated
2. Exchange 2007 SP3 - using 1and1 smarthost for sending mail
3. 5 users (user1@.. user2@... etc.)
4. 1 mail enabled public folder info@...
5. All user emails must be available to view by all users without having to add additional "additional mailboxes" in outlook.
6. All sent items from all user accounts must be available to view by all users.
I'm not sure whether this is relevant, but the customer is receiving a massive amount (50,000 items per day) of spam.
1. SBS2008 fully updated and everything is working correctly.
2. Updated server with recommendations from the MS best practice analyser (including Exchange 2007 SP3).
3. All user accounts setup and working correctly.
4. info@ mail enabled public folder setup and working correctly.
5 + 6 - This is where it starts getting tricky.
To make this work, here's what I have setup:
Added email accounts "Inbox@..." account"
Added distribution groups "distributiongroup@..." and added Inbox@... account to this group
Added mail-enabled Public folders "Inbox" and a sub-folder of this "Sent Items".
Added "Distribution Group" to "Sent items" public folder (Sent items is a member of Distribution Group)
Mailflow settings setup for each user "forward to Inbox"@..." with "delivery message to both forwarding address and mailbox".
Setup following transport rules:
Sent to user "Outside" the organisation copy the message to "Distribution Group".
From users "Outside" the organisation and sent to a member of "All users" copy the message to "Distribution Group".
So, in a nutshell, I have all user emails copying to a public folder, and catching sent items, which copy to a separate public folder.
I'm sure this isn't the best way of doing this, so any suggestions are appreciated.
Apologies if I'm posting this in the incorrect formum, but this is an additional task I need to perform on 1 company/shared Blackberry.
The Blackberry also needs to be able to read all user emails - I presume I just need to setup a catch-all email account?