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Journal Email in exchange 2013

Hi
i would like to do journal  (a copy of  SENT & receive items ) of specific 5 users mailbox. to a separate mailbox ( archive@domain.com)  in exchange 2013 standard edition.

can anyone suggest the configuration steps please

Thank you
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Sajid Shaik MSr. System AdminCommented:
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aaziz_616Author Commented:
thanks  shaik, i need the steps for exchange 2013
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AkhaterCommented:
it is exactly the same steps, you just create the transport rule from EAC

https://www.bettercloud.com/monitor/the-academy/create-a-mail-transport-rule-to-bcc-emails-to-another-mailbox/
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aaziz_616Author Commented:
Hi let me put it clear.
i need to catch all incoming & outgoing messages & forward them  to archive@domain.com only for 5 users in the domain. although i have done the configuration by creating distribution group and adding the user to the group and created a journal rule. but still few users email  from the distribution group
is not forwarding to archive@domain.com.

out 5 users 2 users email are getting archive@domain.com ( both internal & external + send & receive items)

is there any more setting or configuration ?
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AkhaterCommented:
What you did looks correct

You did create your rule to bcc when an email is sent from users in distribution group and another when sent to users in distribution group?
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aaziz_616Author Commented:
DONE !!
 
i have created a  separate journal  rule for each mailbox to forward sent + receive items to archive mailbox.
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aaziz_616Author Commented:
DONE
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