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Old 05-27-2002, 10:52 AM   #1
miguel
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Hi all,

One of my costumers asked me if that was possible to control every message that goes out of his Company. For example, when an employee sends a message, could that message be sent to, for example, the network supervisor for approval, and then, be sent to the internet (more secure)?
Or, how can i keep a copy of every message sent in my network?

I know that a can keep a copy of received messages, by adding a second mailbox in alias file.
Example:

/etc/mail/aliases

first.last: flast,admin (admin receives a copy of every msgs sent to first.last)

I would appreciate any help. Thank you.

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