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Description Lists the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) address of the originator of the message Even if the sender is internal to the Exchange organization, an SMTP address is always shown to properly identify the unique sender Lists the SMTP address of the mailbox the messages appear from if the Send On Behalf Of feature is used Lists the message subject value Lists the internal Exchange message ID used by Exchange to track the message Lists the SMTP addresses of all recipients specified in the To field within the message This includes recipients directly specified in the original message, recipients indirectly specified by membership within a distribution group, and recipients that receive a copy of the message by means of the Forward To delivery option feature within Exchange Lists the SMTP addresses of all recipients specified in the Cc field within the message The same recipient inclusions as the To field apply here Lists the SMTP addresses of all recipients specified in the Bcc field within the message The same recipient inclusions as the To field apply here Lists the SMTP addresses of the distribution groups used in the To, Cc, and Bcc fields described earlier This field is displayed as a sub-field to each of the To, Cc, and Bcc fields, as appropriate Like the Expanded field, this is a sub-field of To, Cc, and Bcc It lists the SMTP addresses of recipients that receive a copy of the message as a result of the Forward To delivery option Lists any SMTP addresses of recipients outside of your Exchange organization
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Exchange and Regulatory Compliance
Figure 17-11 A test of premium journaling s journal reports
Figure 17-12 Journal reports created by a single message
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
MESSAGE CLASSIFICATION
In cases of both standard and premium journaling, the level of management granularity only goes as low as the database and mailbox, respectively And even then, that only helps determine which messages are stored for later retrieval But when the need for searching messages arises due to compliance or legal issues, being able to isolate pertinent and related messages can be helpful Exchange 2007 provides a new feature that works in conjunction with both Outlook 2007 and Exchange 2007 based Outlook Web Access that will allow identification of the purpose of messages using message classifications Classifying messages is the process of tagging messages with metadata that can be used to proactively categorize them for later use For example, classifications could be used to mark messages that are attorney-client privileged or messages that are related to a specific project This is a highly flexible technology that can improve your ability to quickly find messages Figure 17-13 shows a simple example of a classified message marked with the Company Internal message classification
Creating Message Classifications
By default, Exchange 2007 creates four message classifications: A/C Privileged (that is, Attorney/Client), Attachment Removed, Company Confidential, and Company Internal
Figure 17-13 An example of message classification
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Exchange and Regulatory Compliance
To create new message classifications, you will need to utilize the New-MessageClassification cmdlet in Exchange Management Shell A simple execution of this command would be as follows:
New-MessageClassification Name <name> -DisplayName <display name> -SenderDescription "Description of the message classification"
So if you wanted to create a message classification for messages related to a pending lawsuit over spilt milk, you would run the following command:
New-MessageClassification Name SpiltMilk -DisplayName "Spilt Milk Lawsuit" -SenderDescription "Messages related to the lawsuit over spilt milk"
Figure 17-14 shows the output of the command
Figure 17-14 Creating a new message classification
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
Configuring Outlook Clients for Message Classifications
Outlook 2007 supports message classification, but to preserve the security of messages and their relevance to sensitive topics, message classification must be enabled on a perclient basis The process involves the creation of a message-classification definitions file on the server side and the configuration of the Outlook client Each Exchange user that is using message classifications may not need to utilize (or truly be kept from doing so) every one So you will need to create the classification definition file, classificationsxml, manually within the Exchange Management Shell using the following command:
"<name of classification>" | Get-MessageClassification | \Export-OutlookClassificationmsh > path\classificationsxml
Let s suppose you want to create a classificationsxml file for the Company Internal and Spilt Milk message classifications You ll need to run the following cmdlet:
"Company Internal", "Spilt Milk Lawsuit" | Get-MessageClassification | \Export-OutlookClassificationmsh > c:\export\classificationsxml
Figure 17-15 shows the output of the command (which is just another command prompt) and the output of the file Notice that in order to get the power shell script (Export-OutlookClassificationsmsh) to work, you ll need to be in the Scripts folder under your Exchange installation folder The next step is to make a few registry changes on the Outlook client You ll first need to create the following registry key:
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