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RE: Auditing and archiving internal MS Exchange email?
From: "Glenn Pearl" <glennp () datasync com>
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2003 15:00:37 -0600

I used 'Message Journaling' in Exchange 5.5 for that, but it required
using Outlook to archive the messages out of the Exchange store to .pst
files.  Haven't used it for Exchange 2000, though.  They may have
improved it.

Google 'Exchange x journaling' (where x is your version) for lots of
info on how to set up native Exchange journaling and for 3rd party tools
as well.

Glenn Pearl

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark G. Spencer [mailto:mspencer () evidentdata com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 2:39 PM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Auditing and archiving internal MS Exchange email?

After sending my last email to the list regarding an appliance that
would audit and archive
inbound and outbound mail, I remembered that there is another category
of email that has to be
taken into account .. internal email between users of a MS Exchange

I'm assuming the email security appliances don't handle internal MS
Exchange mail, or would my
assumption be wrong?

Any ideas on how best audit and archive those emails, along with all
inbound and outbound
activity in front of the MS Exchange server itself?






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