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hi

can i delete an email a user sent to internal members of staff?
i am using exchange 2007
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by:Housammuhanna
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by:Bertling
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you need to recall the email
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/197094

this is for 2000 but is the same fr most other vers
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by:tismetoo
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You can get the user to perform a recall of the message, but if it has been read that will not do the trick.
If you have a small number of mailboxes you could login to OWA as an Exchange admin and delete the mail directly from the mailbox of each user - http://server/exchange/username.

You need to be careful about privacy when doing this. If possible get approval from above - company information officer is the correct person in the UK.
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by:meteorelec
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is there no way to simply say any email user A sent with word "X" delete from all mailboxs?

i am trying powershell
get-mailbox | Export-Mailbox ContentKeywords "message" TargetMailbox Administrator TargetFolder 'MyData' DeleteContent


which seems to run ok and creates the folders in the admin account email but does not actually copy and delete the email as i hoped
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Get-Mailbox | Export-Mailbox -TargetMailbox administrator -TargetFolder temp -ContentKeywords "test1" -DeleteContent
This work
You will need to assign the Administrator as a Full Access Permission on the user Milabox
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by:meteorelec
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cdo you know i script i could use to give admin full access?
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by:Housammuhanna
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Get-Mailbox | Add-MailboxPermission -User "DomainName\administrator" -AccessRight "FullAccess"
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do i need to add each username in or will it apply to all emails?
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NO it will apply to all as the result from Get-mailbox will be assigned with Add-MailboxPermission
Just replace the DomainName\administrator with a user that have a Full Access to the org
I suggest to use the administrator but change the DomainName with the Correct Domain Name
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cheers Housammuhanna that worked great
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