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Public Folder Post Notification via Event Sink

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Hi,

I am running Windows 2003 SBS with Exchange 2003.  We have public folders that I would like to set up email notifications to specific distribution groups when new posts are made to the folder.  I do not want the whole post mailed to each recipient, but just a message signaling that a new post exists and a shortcut to the new post.

I've been doing some digging around and have been reading some things about sink events.  Does anyone have a sample script to do this and if you have step by step instructions, I would really appreciate it.

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