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Delete an email coming from the bes account in Exchange 2007

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Hello,

Is there a way to delete all emails in Exchange 2007 that come from the BES Server Admin account. Each time someone send a test email or phone call etc on their blackberry, the bes server logs it and generates an email and sends it to the sent user's mailbox. I've been asked to find out whether deleting those emails is possible using either powershell or the Exchange console?

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If you don't have too many users you could set up a rule on each Blackberry users account to delete those. The rules run on the server (properly done) so you don't need Outlook running.
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'The rules run on the server" Which Server? BES Server or on the Exchange 2007 Server?
"The rules run on the server (properly done) so you don't need Outlook running" On the BES or on the Exchange 2007 server?

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The Exchange server of course. The service handling email
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ok....so how do i delete an email coming from the bes server destined to a user's mailbox using the Exchange server?
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You use Outlook to set up the rule
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ok...this is what I always thought. I was asked by someone high up in the company if there was an Exchange rule (Rule on the Exchange Server) that will delete email from a specific useraccount. In my head i said "not that I know of" only on "Outlook which creates them on the exchange server".

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