Configuring Envelope Journaling in Exchange
Topic Last Modified: 2012-10-02
Envelope journaling makes it possible for EHA to record all communications inside your organization, and collect information about the recipients who received the message, including Bcc recipients and recipients from distribution groups. Exchange 2000 Server SP3, Exchange Server 2003 SP1, Exchange Server 2007, and Exchange Server 2010 all support envelope journaling.
|BPOS customers must call support to have journaling enabled.|
When you configure envelope journaling, you journal internal mail and communications to an address called the "copy address." This address is created by Microsoft when you sign up for the service. You can find this address in the Administration Center.To find the copy address
In the Administration Center, on the Administration tab, click the Company tab.
In the center pane under Archive Settings, look for Copy address and note the address.
For more information about envelope journaling in Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange 2000 Server SP3, see Appendix A: Envelope Journaling on Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange 2000 Server.
For more information about envelope journaling in Exchange Server 2007, see Appendix B: Envelope Journaling on Exchange Server 2007.
For more information about envelope journaling in Exchange Server 2010, review Understanding Journaling.