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In Sharepoint 2010, the MySite has a built in workflow that sends out emails when a MySite is pending deletion.  There is really no way to stop it.  Is there a way to filter this message thru Exchange 2007?  The subject line is very close to always being the same, although a name may change in it.

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Yes, in the Exchange Management Console you can create a Transport Rule (Expand Organization Configuration > Click Hub Transport > Click Transport Rules tab) that will do what you want.  Creating a new rule is pretty self explanatory, so you shouldn't have any trouble.
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