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I want to strip attachments from inbound mail from exchange and put them in a directory on a file server.

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I am using a program called attachments processor from mapilabs presently. It provides all the functionality I want it removes incoming faxes (pdfs via email) from myfax.com and puts them in a shared directory on the file server.

I want to perform this same function but server side. Meaning that my computer need not be on to process the attachments.

Server is 2008 x64 with Exchange 2007.
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Sounds like something I would set up in Sharepoint and not Exchange.  Route the message to SharePoint, strip the attachment, and store it in a file library.
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Dont have a sharepoint server.
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Then you will have to write (or have someone do it for you) an Exchange transport DLL to do it for you.

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/12/04/431755.aspx

You might be able to do some magic with powershell if you are a scripter.  Process all messages, grab the attachments, save to folder, then delete the message.

I did some searches and could not find an Exchange 2007 solution.  There are Outlook and Exchange 2003 event syncs out there.
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