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OWA Email Templates & Header Info - 8.Sep.2006 12:02:14 AM   
lrossi

 

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I have a question regarding the header information (To, From, Subject, CC, etc.....) that's displayed for emails in both the preview pane and in pop windows. I have a web based notification application that sends out emails to various users and, in our case, it's configured to use MS Exchange. The notification application can only be configured to use one email account thus all emails received by end users see the same email user in the 'To' and 'From' field. From the end user perspective it can be confusing to see the same account information. Is there a way to hide, block, or strip out the header information and only display the body? I was unable to locate a template that controls this display. I'm aware MS does not recommend customizing OWA. I only require this for a proof of concept. Please advise.

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RE: OWA Email Templates & Header Info - 29.Sep.2006 8:45:24 PM   
jchong

 

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Not that I'm aware of without implementing an event sink. You could write your own event sink that would intercept the message first and re-write the From so that it is blank. I've haven't tested using blank from so I can not gurantee it will work. If not, you can specify another address so that at least it is not the same.

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="VBScript">


Sub ISMTPOnArrival_OnArrival(ByVal Msg, EventStatus )
senderemailaddress = LCase(Msg.EnvelopeFields(http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/smtpenvelope/senderemailaddress))
rem User Replace Statements use lower case
senderemailaddress = replace(senderemailaddress, "SMTP:sendingaddress@yourdomain.com", "SMTP:")

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