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Exchange 2003 Disable Automatic Copies to other Mailboxes

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I have a user who claims he receives a copy of an email every time these two other users send an email.

is this journaling? again, every time user 2 or user3 sends an email.. user1 gets a copy.

how can i disable this?

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by:Aanand555
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Hi Tobe1424,

Could you please confirm whether your exchange Organization contains, exchange 2003 only or it is co-existed with exchange 2007 or exchange 2010.
it does not seem to be journaling as you told user receives email while other 2 people send (on receive) mail.

please provide your exchange org information and also let me know whether user1 always receives the mail when rest 2 send the mail to any of user?
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by:tobe1424
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I strictly have a 2003 environment.

and yes, user 1 always receives copy of sent email from user 2 or user 3..even though user 1 is not listed as a recipient.
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by:tobe1424
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could it be that both user 2 and user 3  have a rule in outlook that forwards sent emails to user 1?
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that is also possible and u have to check it locally..
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by:Mohammed Tahir
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Check wether mail forwarding is enabled on user2 & user3, if yes then disable the same.
To disable mail forwarding follow as below:
1- Start the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in.
2- Right-click the mail-enabled user, and then click Properties.
3- Click the Exchange General tab.
4- Click Delivery Options.
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