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Posted on 2006-06-28
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Hi All,

I need to remove the sender information from an email that is received by our Exchange server for a specific recipient. Is this possible with Exchange 2003? If not, is there a 3rd party application that will do this?

Thank you.
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Exchange can't do it, and I am not aware of any third party applications either.
It has to be one of the more odd requests I have seen.

You would have to get an event sink written for you. And that is presuming that it is possible at all.

Simon.
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Thanks for the response Simon. Looks like I have some coding to do :)
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