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Want to get a copy of all outgoing mail from the Postmaster@OurDomain account

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We have recently migrated from Lotus Notes to Exchange 2007 Sp1 on Win 2008 - I had Lotus configured to receive a copy of all the Postmaster emails that went out. Lotus also has the ability to view dead mail in the mail.box files. I got used to this and want to know if it is possible to configure Exchange in a similar manner. I set up a transport rule in EMC but that was not successful. Specifically, I want to:

1. Get a copy of all Postmaster email sent by my Exchange 2007 sp1.
2. Configure Exchange 2007 in such a way that all rejected or dead email be copied to a particular file.
 
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you can setup exchange to send a copy of all NDR emails to a specific address this is how to do it, just make sure to read it carefully  you can easily skip a step

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb400930(v=exchg.80).aspx


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