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MS Exchange - Who should the sender be when recieving message recall notification failure/success ?

Posted on 2011-03-24
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Had a user attempt a recall of a message.  The message was recalled. No issue there; however, the notification of the message recall was from an odd sender.  Who is the default sending address of recall notifications? And is this a configurable option in Exchange?
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When you select message to be recalled, the sender or replies comes from the recipient to whom the original message was intended. The functionality cannot be changed natively. it's not a configurable item.
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When I get one back, it comes from our Network Administrator.  This is NOT normal behavior if I sent to the original recalled message to someone outside our organization?
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how about internal recall
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