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Policy\Method to remove email trail upon sending email

Posted on 2013-11-14
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Hi Guys,
A decision has been made by the powers that be that from now on all emails being sent externally from the company should have no trails attaching.

Is there any methof to enforce this policy?
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Can you elaborate on the request a bit.

If you are asking to kill all traces that are generated when you send an e-mail meaning anything that shows in the header, that isn't possible. The header is used during the mail routing process and is written to by each hop that it makes. It starts with your exchange server stating sender wrote a message to recipient and then starts the locate process for the external server to which it then leaves your company (through a queue). You can't remove this information from an e-mail.

Now if you want to hide the information or exclude it from being printed, that is possible by following this:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/hide-or-remove-e-mail-message-headers-HA001087297.aspx

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