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Is there any limit for a number of id's when creating server mail rules. Actually we have to enable mail journalling for 200-300 users and for that we have to create a mail rule on server. Is that possible.?will the mail rule work properly?
Can we send a copy of mail to som other mail id using agents?? (i.e. When 'B' sends a mail to 'C', a copy of the mail should be forwarded to 'A', but 'B' & 'C' sholud not know that 'A' is getting the mail)
I am facing today recently one problem that I have created one mail id on exchange 2000 server as usualy. When I am trying to send mail the mail id not showing in address list. And also not able to configure this mail id. After this I have deleted this mail id and try to create with another and...