Prevent Message Recall notice

Hi All,

Running Exchange 2007 SP2 and Outlook 2007 SP2.  When users recall a message, the recipients the e-mail was sent to also receive a message from Exchange "Message Recall:  XXX" or when the Message Recall notice is opened, it says 'Joe Bob would like to recall this message.'

How can we set it in Exchange to NOT send a notification to the target recipient that the sender has recalled the message. We want it to just delete the errant message in the recipients inbox and show no other notice to the recipient.  But still retain the success/failure notice for the sender.  Without this in a way, it sort of defeats the purpose of message recall.  Especially if an e-mail is incomplete, or going to the wrong recipient by mistake, etc.

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net1994Author Commented:
Thanks corn, I'll check it out.
Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
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