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MS EXCHANGE EVENT SINK, ADD A CUSTOM FIELD (OR HEADER) in incoming emails

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Hello,
 I have developed an MS exchange Event Sink that works fine. However I'm trying to create a new field or email header on each incoming mail containing e.g. a unique-id and to be able to retrieve it  from outlook VBA when is required.
 Any Ideas hows this can be implemented?
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I am pretty sure you are not going to be able to modify the email message, and if you could I suspect most mail systems would reject it as being tampered with.
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Sorry, clicked the wrong button, my comment in http:#34995047 is actually correct.
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