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Exchange Server 2007 Mail Monitoring

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Hi all

We are running Exchange Server 2007, and the powers that be have asked if we could monitor mail flow for a certain individual, Ideally they would like copies of ingoing and out going mail sent to them so they can see whats going on.

I know this can be done for incoming but I am unsure for outgoing

John
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Hi,

Here is a script that dose this and not only:

http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Process-Tracking-Log-PTL-904448e5
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