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  • Exchange 2010 -- Journalling and Transport Rules

    This has come up in a course I am running and, to my shame, I do not know the answer.

    If a message is journalled, and also modified by transport rules, what exactly is journalled?

    This seems to imply the original message is journalled
    Lastly, the journal report messages themselves are privileged messages, which will not be intercepted by transport rules
    but later implies the modified message
    the Journaling agent will detect any change in recipients made by Transport Rules or other agent, and will re-evaluate the journal rules against these new recipients
    Tom Jones
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    Re: Exchange 2010 -- Journaling and Transport Rules

    My interpretation of what you have quoted is that the journaled message is not subject to the transport rules - ie the copy of the message that is being sent to the journal mailbox. The message going to the journal mailbox is a copy of the original - that copy will not be touched.

    However if the transport rules change the recipients and the new recipients are subject to journaling then the message will be journaled for them also.
    Per user journaling of course is an Enterprise CAL feature and therefore isn't used much.

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      Re: Exchange 2010 -- Journaling and Transport Rules

      Cheers Simon
      We have had an extended discussion about this -- if a transport rule changed the contents, there are arguments that you would want to journal the delivered version (recipient claims something was said but sender doesn't agree) as well as the originally sent one (to protect the sender)
      Tom Jones
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