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Exchange powershell auto BCC sent mail

Posted on 2012-03-14
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Hello all,

I'm having trouble with an Exchange 2007 power shell script I want to write. When I'm out of the office. I want to click on a script on the server running exchange 2007 to auto bcc my sent mail to my business partner, and another one to stop the auto bcc. Any help would be great.
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Why not just go into your mail box in Exchange and set delivery options...you can have a copy go to your partner and to your box as well
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