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Email 'timebomb' expiration

Mark Galvin
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Last Modified: 2015-03-25
My client has as hosted Exchange 2010 system and they have asked me the following:
Is it possible to set a time limit on an outbound email so that when that time limit is reached the email delete itself from the recipient?

A bit like Mission Impossible !! So scenario is this:
Client sends out an email to 5 people that has a time limit of 48 hours
The recipients have 48 hours in which to open and digest that email
After 48 hours all traces of that email are removed from the 5 recipients mailboxes and servers

I'm not sure if this is even possible as once the email leaves my clients servers, I don't believe they have any control over it but thats why I'm reaching out.

Thanks
Mark
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