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How-To: Copy all Incoming/Outgoing Messages for a User

 

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The following custom Sieve script can be used to make a copy of every email a user sends or receives through Modus.  In the example, the user is user@domain.com and the copy of the .MSG file is saved in the spyfolder directory.

if envelope :contains ["from","to"] "user@domain.com" { fileinto "c:\\spyfolder"; keep; }

Note:  Be careful to monitor the size of the spyfolder as the message files could accumulate and fill the disk drive!

 

Modified 12/20/2006
Keywords: copy inbound messages copy outbound messages
Article ID: 1332