ReDelivering Original Email to Recipient

Posted on 2008-10-31
Last Modified: 2013-11-30
Hi All,

Should be quite an easy one this, but i'm struggling to find the answer.

A user recieved an email with an Excel Spreadsheet, amended spreadsheet and saved back into email attachment.  The user now wants the original attachment back as it was (obviously too much work to reverse the changes!).

Does anyone know how I can resend the original to the recipient from Exchange 2007 please?

I've used the log tracking tool, however I can't see a resend button or anything similar.

Thanks for the assistance.

Question by:twomey_paul
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RobinHuman earned 125 total points
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If you are not using journalling, it would be easiest to get the original mail resent by the sender;

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