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create Outlook/Exchange 2003 color organization rule for all users

Posted on 2007-11-23
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Hello,
Can a rule be created on the Exchange server for Color Organization?  I need to have certain peoples emails show up in red in everybody Outlook in our organization.  The only way I have found of doing this is individually on the client side in Outlook.
Thank you,
Ray
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Hi, Ray.

Unfortunately, teh answer is no.  Rules are mailbox specific.  There is no concept of a global rule.  There may be a third-party product that'll get the job done.  The only other solution I can think of would be to write a custom event-sink.  Event-sinks are essentially macros that run at the server instead of the client.  
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