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Exchange 2010 dual standard journaling

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There is an Exchange 2010 environment that has over 1K users who have been successfully journaling to a third party using standard journaling. Is there a way to have 3 users standard journal to a new address and to the existing location?  My guess was to place the 3 test users on there own mail DB and make the Journal Recipient a distro group to the old and new addresses?
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 2000 total points
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You could buy Enterprise CALs for those three users, then use a Journaling rule. That is "Premium Journaling" which requires Enterprise CALs.
Otherwise the option you have outlined with a separate database would work and not require additional CALs.

Simon.
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by:Orcatec Operations Team
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Hi Simon,

Another team-member @ our office must have abandoned this.
I apologize.

Thank you very much for your response, I fill award points and attempt to locate the employee who asked this question.

Thanks again!

Brian Holcomb
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