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Record sent email messages in exchange to another account

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I have a customer who is using Exchange and she suspects that another employee is sending out email's she shouldn't be then deleting any record of them.

I did give my customer access to this employees Exchange account, however she can only view received and sent messages that the user has not deleted.

Is there a way to track or save these emails to another account without that users knowledge?

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Yes, you can use the journaling feature in exchange to monitor email.

Which version of Exchange do you have?  

here is some info on how to do it and what it is

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998649.aspx#why

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Exchange-Server-2007-Using-Journaling-Rules.html

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/implementing-exchange-2003-message-journaling.html
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It's Exchange 2003.  I will look at the link you provided.

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