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Exchange POP3 connector routing of mail blasts

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The exchange server gets mail from a catchall address with the ISP by using a POP3 connector.  It then routes email to exchange users based on the address in the TO: or the CC:.

All is working well except mail sent to the catchall that doesn't have a user's email address in the TO or CC, like a mail blast.  Mail blasts are typically coming to us with their own address in the TO: field, with all the recipients in the BCC field.

Is there a way to route to people based on something else in the email?  Obviously we can't route by BCC, but hoping there is another potential identifier that I don't know about.

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