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How to redirect all outgoing mails to a particular email id for scrutinizing purpose

How to redirect all outgoing mails to a particular email id for scrutinizing purpose

How to redirect all outgoing mails to a particular email id for scrutinizing purpose

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Dear team,

Exchange 2003 current scenario:

- All Incoming mails - okay and no issues.
- All Outgoings are blocked for all outside domains.

The requirement:

The requirement is to direct all outgoing messages to a particular email id within the domain. The aim is that if someone sends out an email (either new or as a reply to a received email from outside), it will get redirected to a particular email. The authorized person would scrutinize it and then, from a particular email id, send out to the actual intended email address in the email.

Can this be achieved? Or, more generally, how this kind of need/situation can be handled?

Thanks in advance,
Rajesh Karunakaran
Mauritius.

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