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I currently have a relatively complicated application that sends emails via a nightly job through an SMTP server on Windows Server 2008. Is there a way to configure IIS/SMTP to send a copy of every email that's relayed to another email address? Essentially, can I add a BCC on the fly through IIS/SMTP configuration?

Because of the complexity of the application, we would prefer to change the behavior this way if it's possible as opposed to making code changes to the application.

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Have an Exchange server, or just the basic SMTP services? –  HopelessN00b Sep 5 '12 at 2:07
@HopelessN00b, the SMTP services are basic, but we do have an exchange server, but this type of mail isn't sent through it currently. –  Grant H. Sep 5 '12 at 2:19
Bummer. It's pretty trivial to do in Exchange, but I don't have any experience with just the SMTP service in Windows, so I can't help in that case. –  HopelessN00b Sep 5 '12 at 2:21
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