Send NDR alerts to Admin email for Office 365?

This should be simple but apparently I'm missing something. In Office 365, how do I set it up to send a copy of all NDR messages to a specific admin email address?
HELFITAsked:
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
There is no catch all in EO, so you have to play with Transport rules. And none of the cmdlet you would use to accomplish this with on-prem Exchange (http://careexchange.in/how-to-copy-all-ndrsdsn-to-a-mailbox-in-exchange-2013/) are available in EO.
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HELFITAuthor Commented:
Transport rules is where I was trying to go. And the rules seem to work fine for other things, but I can't get the rules to work for the NDRs being sent out by the external postmaster email of postmaster@company.com. I really need a way to have my recipients alerted when an email that's too large is sent to them but rejected.
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
One thing you can do is change the External Postmaster Address, this is the one cmdlet that actually works in EO:

Set-TransportConfig -ExternalPostmasterAddress ndr@domain.com

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Creating a rule against that sender should hopefully sort the issue.

Another idea, or a workaround, is to enable Journaling and configure the Journaling NDR recipient:

Set-TransportConfig -JournalingReportNdrTo catchall@domain.com

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As I am CCed in those NDRs for one of out customers, I can guarantee you this works :)
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HELFITAuthor Commented:
I was pondering changing the postmaster address but was wondering if there were any caveats in doing so?
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