Editing original email before moderation approval with Exchange 2010

Hi all,

Does anyone know if there is any way to edit the original email that is being moderated with Exchange 2010/Outlook 2007?

The scenario is that we have an email address that is being moderated, the moderator wants to be able to reject emails where necessary but if it is something as simple as a spelling error they don't want to have to reject it and explain to the sender to fix up a single spelling mistake, the moderator just wants to be able to alter the original email and approve it with the changes they've made.

In testing, you can edit the original email and save it, when you reopen the attached email awaiting approval it will have the changes that you made but when you approve it it still sends out the original, unaltered email.

Anyone know of a solution to this?


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Amit KumarCommented:
I think it is not possible as there will be only two options Approve and Reject. This is by design. If this feature will be there then this can be an issue as original sender will not have clue what changes have been done by his moderator.

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