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Auto BCC or Forward all Sent Items from Exchange / Outlook

Posted on 2012-03-12
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Is there a way to automatically BCC or have a copy of all Sent Items emailed to another person within an Exchange 2003 org? This would need to be done silently without the user knowing.

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Be aware that depending on your country/state/location, this MAY or MAYNOT be legal. To do this without disclosure to your staff can be a breach of local law and if so could invalidate any action you are trying to achieve by doing this snooping.

Such things are best clearly stated in a contract of employment, something along the lines of....

ALL Emails/electronic content originating from or directed to staff of xxx corp are the sole property of xxx corp and as such xxx corp has the legal right to store/monitor and intercept all electronic data......

Obviously your legal department would need to be involved in the exact wording.
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by:Alski
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We are already using Journaling for our Spam archive, but this would work.
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