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Is there a way to remove/drop all email that is not English/Latin?

Posted on 2006-07-19
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Am I missing something obvious?  I have Microsoft Windows 2003 Standard running Exchange Server 2003 with SP2.  Is there a way that I can drop all incoming mail that is not in English/Latin?
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by:Sembee
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Not natively.
You would have to use a third party tool to do that.

Simon.
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Any suggestions for one that works that doesn't cost a fortune?
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Antispam application would probably do the job. You will need to look at them to see if one does the job for you. It isn't anything that I have been asked before, so I haven't looked around.

Simon.
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