Chris J Heacock
We are running Exchange 2010 and Are trying to validate a journaling architecture. In order to do this, we have created several mailboxes, all of which forward to a blackhole distro list in Exchange.
All of those mailboxes are in a journaling-enables group and journaling is in force for that group.
The problem is that the emails sent to those mailboxes are not journaled unless a copy of the email stays in the mailbox. As we are going to test using a high volume of messages, we do *not* want to kep a copy of the received mail in the test users mailbox, we want those to disappear into the ether (hence the blackhole address they all forward to).
The issue is that unless we check the box that keeps a copy and forward a copy, the messages are *not* journaled. This seems to me that if one could circumvent journaling by forwarding a journaled mailbox to a non-journaled mailbox which would be a pretty big issue.
Can someone help me sort this out?