Exchange Server 2003 – Outlook 2007 – We have some odd email flow here for one particular person, which requires all of her emails that hit her exchange mailbox be forwarded to an outside email address which she is then able to check with her laptop. We have no access from outside our network to the internal exchange server, because our security guy is nuts, and says it is too big a risk.
The issue is that the emails once forwarded hit her outside email mailbox as having her internal Exchange address as the sender of the emails so she can not reply to any of these emails from her laptop. This is causing me a huge amount of grief from her. There must be a way using scripting to have all emails that hit her mailbox be resent out to the external address with the original sender as the sender of the forwarded email. I hope you understand what I need to accomplish here and someone can help me.
She also does not understand the concept of email size limits – she consistently sends/receives emails with attachments over 5 MB up to – and I’m not kidding here – we had one that had a 51 MB attachment! I would like this script to only forward emails which are under 5MB in size, and if possible send some kind of message – even the original with attachments stripped from it – to the outside address noting that the attachments were stripped on it in some way.
Thanks – I know this is a lot to ask for, but I need to come up with something soon – for my sanity’s sake.
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