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Strip attachments on server and store in file folder (NOT a PF)

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Exchange server 2003 needs to strip out all attachments on incoming messages and store these on a shared folder, replacing the attachment in the message with a link to the attachment.

This needs to happen on the server, not by Outlook rules.

Unless I'm overlooking a really obscure setting in Exchange, this would have to be done by third party software.
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Hi bartsmit,

This will have to be 3rd party - you can stop looking in exchange :)

Slipstick have a heap of link for this (scroll down to administrator tools)

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/housekeeping.htm

In that list, I have heard of this being used successfully (it is the only one that rings a bell for me)

http://www.madsolutions.com/ES/Main.htm

Hope that helps,

-red
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Hi Red,

That program is spot on, thanks,

Bart...
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You are most welcome,

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