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is it possible to determine from the header info of an email message on exchange 2007 server
of it's origin

was it sent from OWA, Outlook, or blackberry device

are there certain key pieces of the header that tell you it was from outlook client and or if it was sent from a blackberry
thanks

Ray
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Ideally, Header will only talk about the servers through which mail passed. To identify the origin, you may need to dig in to the message tracking logs on the CAS server.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124375%28EXCHG.80%29.aspx

And you may not be able to identify if a mail was sent using Blackberry through this option.

Good luck
Shaba
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