I'm working on exporting email from exchange via exmerge for the purpose of archiving older e-mail to an external system. Recently ran in to a problem where e-mail could not be associated with the proper user do to the headers of internal email.
From: "My Name"
Sender: "My Name"
To: "Your Name"
Cc: "Some Guy"
Want it to be:
From: "My Name" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sender: "My Name" <email@example.com>
To: "Your Name" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "Some Guy" <email@example.com>
Is there a way to change this in already exported emails (Many Many PST files)?
Why is it like this anyway?
Where in exchange can I change this to make sure future emails are in the proper format?
Can I make exchange change the format of older email?
Vendor contacted me and said "oops, our bad."
They realized they were the cause of the problem and were stripping the important information off the header themselves due to a change in 3rd party software
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