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How do I disable the BCC in exchange 2003?  I dont want my users to be able to send Bcc emails.

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Is there are way, in either Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003 that I can disable the Bcc field and NOT allow my users to be able to send email using Bcc?  If there is not a direct way to do it, is there some kind of work around?
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JasonBigham earned 30 total points
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You can't... unless you were to stop using an ordinary mail client and force them all to something web based like OWA... for which you would have to re-code to eliminate the ability to use BCC.

BCC has a legitiment need in the workplace though... juts address the abusers via HR policies/procedures/etc
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