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automatically copy outgoing e-mail to another mail box

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Inside of Exchange it is easy to have in-bound e-mail copy to another mail box or re-directed to another mail box.  But we have a need to reverse this process and copy out-going e-mail to another box.  Is this possible to do with Exchange 2010?
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On exchange server goto EMC, org config, Hub Transport and create a New Transport rule
Step 1) Sent to users who are inside/outside  and set to Outside
Step 2) BCC a copy to....
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Easier than I imagined, Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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