I have run in to a problem where I need to change the senders address after the user has sent it. It needs to be changed in the Transport rules.
I currently run Exchange 2010 but we are going to upgrade to 2013. so an answer to the problem on either format would be appreciated.
I DO NOT have an edge server installed so cannot use the agent.
What I need to do is
1) An email is sent from the address "email@example.com
2) The subject line contains the following words "Boardroom Apps"
3) If No - send mail as normal
4) If Yes - change the senders address to "firstname.lastname@example.org
Both email address exist and you can send from both of them individually.
I need the rule to make the change so that the senders address can be changed.
Is this possible without an edge server? If so how please.
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