All sent email to be copied to a single mailbox

hi all,

sbs2011 with exch 2010


A client has a mailbox which all incoming emails are forwarded to so that they can keep tabs on emails whilst people may be off sick. Easily done by putting a forward on all the individual mailboxes.

Is it possible to have all sent items also sent to another mailbox so that they can keep tabs on sent items?

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From Outlook, Rules, New Rule, Start from a Blank - Check messages when sent. Select using this account, then action is cc to person or DL.

That should work for you - only thing is may be a client rule in which case Outlook must be left logged in.
Think you may need Enterprise CALs to use Journaling ?

You can create a transport rule using emc to forward the email to a mailbox based on 'people inside the organisation'

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