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Outgoing mail policy, Exchange 2010

Hi,

Is there any function in Exchange 2010 to do the following:

1. Check if the outgoing mail has any recipients in CC
2. If so, It removes the main recipients (in the To-field) and only sends the mail to the one addressed in CC
3. This should be done without the sender noticing anything.
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Håvard Lillevik
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Håvard Lillevik
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ckeshavSr. Infrastructure SpecialistCommented:
Did you try Transport rule. It has conditions to check "To and Cc fields" for the mails being delivered.
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
No, only way I could think of is by using code in the outlook client BUT what if they use OWA?
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
Transport rules are good BUT NOT that good :P
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ckeshavSr. Infrastructure SpecialistCommented:
Outlook or OWA rules are in the server.
If the user will be using only OWA, you can configure that user profile in Outlook(on any system) for creating the rule and then delete the profile. The rules will still work.
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
I said CODE not RULES. We know about Rules working on servers, some but not ALL, but VBA code does not.

You can not create a RULE to what the questioner asked for.
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Håvard LillevikAuthor Commented:
So if I get this straight, there's no out of the box functionality in Exchange 2010 for the mail processing I'm asking for? :)
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ckeshavSr. Infrastructure SpecialistCommented:
Did you give a try from Transport Rules?
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
This CANNOT be done with a transport rule! Maybe you could look at what you are sugguesting BEFORE you advise somebody to waste there time trying it?
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Glen KnightCommented:
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