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Hub Transport rules in 2003 Exchange?

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I started with Exchange 2007, so I’m not sure if this is even possible in Exchange 2003.  Is there a way in Exchange 2003 to create a hub transport rules like you can in 2007? What I want to do it create an inbound mail rule that will look for key words in the mail message and append an additional description to the subject line.

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No, you would have to use a custom SMTP sink.

See here for further details: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/894286
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