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How to prevent user from forwarding emails to non-inteneded recipients?

Posted on 2004-08-17
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Hi all,
Not sure if this should be in Outlook or the Exchange section but here's my question.
In our old email system Lotus Notes 4.6, a user could prevent his/her email from being forwarded to non-intended recipients (either within the organization or outside the organization).

Is there a way to do this with an Outlook XP client connected to Exchange 2003?

Thanks!

DXorcist.
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a lot of companies are looking for that option to prevent sensetiv information from getting out but unfortunately no solution exists in exchange and outlook enviroment.
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