we have Exchange 2010 AntiSpam features enabled and set up to reject mails with SCL 9. In the tool "Microsoft Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant" I can check which mails are rejected (Date, Sender, Receipient, Subject).
Is there a possibility to tell exchange that those rejected mails should be archived somewhere locally? So if I see an important mail in reject list I can check the archive and view the mail body.
One possibility which I've seen so far is to create a dedicated user firstname.lastname@example.org and forward all mails to this account. But then the sender doesn't receive the Message "550 5.7.1 Message rejected as spam by Content Filtering."
So the workflow should be: Check SPAM -> SCL 9 -> Store mail locally, don't deliver to receipient -> send SPAM notification to sender.