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Exchange 2007 Transfert rules issues, redirect a mail not in cc.

Posted on 2010-08-26
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Hi everyone,

I've put up a transfert rules that copie (i've tried redirect too) a email received by A to B.

B want to receive the mail with  :

To : B
CC : None

But when he receive the mail its like :

To : A
CC : B

What can i do to change that ?
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Question by:Tchougui
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by:Jian An Lim
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Okay

so a email send to A and you want it to receive by B

to: A

hub transport rules - Copy the message
to: A
CC: B

user A know B is in the CC list

hub transport rules - BCC the message
to: A
BCC: B

User A do not know B received this email

hub transport rules - Redirect the message

to: A

Although this email was sent to A, A never received this email because it was re-directed. B will have acess to the email







please refer to http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998315%28EXCHG.80%29.aspx for details





 add a recipient in the To field addresses

	



AddToRecipient

	



Addresses

	



Not applicable

	



AddToRecipient adds one or more e-mail recipients to the To address list of the e-mail message. The original recipients can see the additional address.



copy message to addresses

	



CopyTo

	



Addresses

	



Not applicable

	



CopyTo adds one or more e-mail recipients to the carbon copy (Cc) field of the e-mail message. The original recipients can see the original address.



blind copy (Bcc) the message to addresses

	



BlindCopyTo

	



Addresses

	



Not applicable

	



BlindCopyTo adds one or more e-mail recipients to the blind carbon copy (Bcc) address list of the e-mail message. The original recipients aren't notified and can't see the additional address.



redirect message to addresses

	



RedirectMessage

	



Addresses

	



Not applicable

	



RedirectMessage redirects the e-mail message to one or more e-mail recipients that are specified by the administrator. The message isn't delivered to the original recipient or recipients, and no notification is sent to the recipients or the sender.

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Jian An Lim earned 500 total points
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IF User A have no longer read emails, the easy way is to strip the email address from User A, and put in on User B.


then all email to User A will show as below

to: B
cc: none


this do not involved any Hub Transport.
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by:Tchougui
ID: 33540294
I don't care if A know,
I want B to receive the message without A so when he respond, he doesn't have to delete A from the receiver.
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by:Jian An Lim
ID: 33541072
I am still not clear about  your motive here.

If all email address A@whatever.com will deliver to B@whatever.com

you just need to delete that email address A@whatever.com from user A and put it a user B (so user B will have A@whatever.com and B@Whatever.com)
you don need to delete user A at all.



To achieve what you want, this is the only way.


All the hub transport only deliver the message to additional people or redirect to the 3rd person.


Another way is to do exchange rule on the user to forward the user. it will

From: A
to:B


but i don think User B want ths.



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by:Jian An Lim
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I understand your problem is a particular one but you should at least credit some effort that i have put in to attend your issue. Or if you have a good solutions, i am happy to accept your own post as an answer.
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