Use the SBS Administrators Console and drill down into Exchange > Folder > Public Folders. Right click Public Folders and create a new public folder (say MsgArchive).Find the folder you created and display it s properties.
a. Check the Email Addresses tab to confirm it s email address. Use Outlook to send an email to this address and then check the contents of the public folder via Outlook to verify it has been received.
b. Check the Permissions tab and secure it with permissions so that only specified staff are allowed to read the information in it. Make sure that default and anonymous have contributor rights.
c. Check the Exchange Advanced tab and remove the tick from Hide from Exchange Address Lists
d. Check the Limits tab and in the Age Limits section, remove the tick from Use public store defaults , and enter a number for the age limit in days (say 30).
e. Select OK to save the changes.Use the SBS Administrators Console again and drill down into Exchange > Servers > SERVERNAME > First Storage Group > Mailbox Store (SERVERNAME). Right click and display it s properties.
a. On the General Tab, tick the box Archive all messages sent or received by mailboxes on this store and use the browse button to select the public folder you created above.
b. Select OK to save changesUse the outlook client to send an email either internally or externally then check the MsgArchive folder to verify it s in there.
Be ware that in a heavy mail use environment, that your MsgArchive folder may become very large, very quickly.