Posted by: David Davis
2007, catchall, Exchange, mailbox
I recently read an interesting article over at the Petri IT Knowledgebase from IT Pro Tom Finnis about how to create a “catchall mailbox” in Exchange 2007. I found this very useful because, in most companies, you want to see what mail isn’t delivered anywhere. In that mail you may find mis-addressed mail that you can put in the right mailbox. After all, this could be mail that the CEO is looking for, right?
Read the full article at: Creating a CatchAll mailbox in Exchange 2007