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    Server-Based Rules???
    I've been asked to set-up an audit of an e-mail account so that all mail from a particular domain will forward to another mailbox transparently to the receiving user.

    Is there a way to do this at the server in Exchange 2003 SP2?
    I make this with GFI MailEssentials, but I'm ask for other decision
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    Tnx.

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    Re: Rules In Exchange 2003 SP2

    are both the email addresses within the same domain or different domains ?

    also you can try the mail forwarding policy in deliver options of exchange general tab of the user account properties. if you need all the emails from the point it was created then you can use exmerge.

    Freak...........

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    • #3
      Re: Rules In Exchange 2003 SP2

      There is nothing in Exchange that can work at a domain level.

      You would need to have a custom transport sink written for you, which will require a developer, extensive testing etc.

      Simon.
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      • #4
        Re: Rules In Exchange 2003 SP2

        so you only need to do this for ONE user ?

        One (complex) option would be to use a journal mailbox, and then on that journal mailbox, create a rule that will delete everything that doesn't match your requirements..
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        • #5
          Re: Rules In Exchange 2003 SP2

          I've been asked all mail from domain: [email protected] to reseived transparently from e-mail: [email protected]_domain.com.

          Sembee, i make this with GFI MailEssentials, but i'm looking to make this with exchange 2003 SP2.

          freakinup4u, the e-mail is in a different domains
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