Exchange Server 2013 On Premise - Extract attachement files

Hi,

We need to automatically extract attachment file from a specific mailbox when receiving an email.
I precise we can't use any client, as outlook. Only our Exchange Server 2013 SP1 on premise should be used.
Do you know if there is a solution for that ? A third party ? A script ?

Thanks
Benj55Asked:
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
You need to use 3rd party tool. Try this:
https://www.outlookfreeware.com/en/products/attachments/page-2

These are free. If you need command level, then you need to purchase it. Try free one first. You need to install it on client end and you will see new tool in your outlook. I purchased long back for public folder export to pst, it worked like a charm. You can contact the vendor also, they can also guide you for best tool.

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Benj55Author Commented:
Hi,
Thanks for your answer.
I quickly read the description of the product but it seems it only working with a Outlook client (MAPI or Exchange mode).
But I can't use any client with this process. I absolutely need to directly access to the Exchange mailbox...
Do you have more informations about that ?

Thanks
AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
You can configure user mailbox on any machine. Just take mailbox permission, setup the account and use this tool. I don't see any challenge in using it. Even, I am not installing on user machine. I installed Outlook on my test machine, configured and extracted the data.
Benj55Author Commented:
Yes, I understand, but we can't use (and don't want to use any client) for the process.
Do you know if we can create a command line directly on the Exchange server to do that ?
AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
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