Netwrix CatchAll Mailbox for Exchange

Captures all uncaught e-mail in one Exchange mailbox for review

A catch-all mailbox is a mailbox to which any e-mail not targeted for a specific mailbox is delivered. Microsoft Exchange has no native support for catch-all mailboxes, but freeware Netwrix Catch-All Mailbox Configurator for MS Exchange is a free tool that configures a catch-all mailbox in Microsoft Exchange with a couple of mouse clicks. Product features and benefits: - Simple configuration of a catch-all mailbox on MS Exchange - Easily forward all uncaught e-mail to one mailbox for review Please contact Netwrix Corporation at www.netwrix.com for more information.

Changes: Major release, for the list of the features see the product website

Minimum requirements: Internet Explorer 6.0, .Net Framework 2.0 or later

Operating system: WinXP,WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win2000,WinServer

Program URL: http://www.netwrix.com/catch_all_mailbox_configurator_exchange_freeware.html

Netwrix CatchAll Mailbox for Exchange screenshot

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