Exchange 2007 Transport Agent

Posted on 2008-11-15
Last Modified: 2013-12-17
Hello All -

I need to do this: I need the exchange server to embed an image into each outbound email message, the image size is small (less than 50K).

I need to use a transport agent i have succesfully started up visual studio 2008 and copied the necessary dll files over, the refernces have also been loaded.

however at this point i think i would "Program" which i do not know how to do, is there a programmers manual that would explain in the necessary detail as to how to accomplish tihs?

Please advise...

Question by:castellansolutions
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    That's a fairly complex job in Exchange 2007.

    I would suggest you consider Exclaimer Mail Utiliies.  Not that expensive and extremely powerful for doing all sorts of stuff like you want.

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