Anyway to remove a sent email on office 365

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Is there a way to remove a send email from office 365? I replied a wrong email address and it's to all some more, appreciate if any expert can assist me on.

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You can use "Recall this message" under move
Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
As far as I know, recall only works within the same domain. If it went to an external address then there is no way to recall.
Mal OsborneAlpha GeekCommented:
Nope, generally, once you have sent a message it has gone; the recipient now has control of it.

There is a "Recall message" option on Outlook, but it generally will not help. Worse than that, it usually sends a second message to the recipient, requesting they delete the earlier message. This only serves to highlight the error somewhat.

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