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Transport Rules / Scripting ? - 17.Jan.2010 4:20:32 PM   


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Hi There!, Im not sure if this it the right thread to ask questions about SBS scripting - so please excuse my ignorance and point me in the right direction if so...

I am changing from MDaemon mail server to a SBS2003 mail server. MDaemon had the capability of inspecting all in/out messages by subject line etc.. and then performing an action (much the same as Transport Rules in exchange I think). One action MDaemon could perform, was to run an external script or batch file based on a specific keyword or attribute in say, the subject line. You could then populate the file by passing arguments to the batch file such as subject, to, from, date and body.

How can I achieve this in Exchange SBS 2003 ? I am not familar with all the terminolgy in Exchange and would really appreciate it if somebody could steer me in the right direction.

Many thanks
Shayne Harris
AOS-Computers & IT
New Zealand
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