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Exchange 2007 outgoing mail: send a copy to another mailbox

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A client of mine wants to monitor activity on a couple of mailboxes. I have already set it up so that any incoming mail is forwarded (copied) to another mailbox. What they would like is any outgoing mail from either of those mailboxes to be copied to another mailbox.

I know this can be set up from the client side using Outlook. But, is it possible to do this from the server side?
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