As suggested by another member, I have split the original post into two. To see the original post, go to http://serverfault.com/questions/134595/howto-catch-redirect-all-outgoing-e-mails-on-win2k-and-redhat-enterprise.
For this question, please keep your answers specific to Windows Server 2003 only. Thanks for the help in advance.
Background: I am integrating two separate web application that are developed in ASP .NET and JSP/Struts. As such, they are hosted on two different server technologies, namely Win2K3 and Redhat Enterprise Server 5.5.
Problem: There is a copy of production data in my test environment with real e-mail addresses. I need to test the e-mail functionality of these applications, but I do not want them to send out actual e-mails. Is there a way to catch and redirect all outgoing e-mails?
Ideally, I would like to send all outgoing e-mails to another e-mail (i.e., firstname.lastname@example.org) so my testers can look at them.