how to retrieve sender email address
anybody knows how to retrieve the sender email address from
the outlook object model.
when using outlook object model from inside vb, the model
exposes the 'Sendername' property only, which is the name
that the sender opts to be get displayed at the recipients
Except for Outlook 2003 you don't have that in the Outlook object
model. You can get it using CDO 1.21 code but in secure versions of
Outlook the code will fire the security prompts. To avoid those you
would need to use Redemption code (www.dimastr.com/redemption).
For a CDO code sample of getting the sender...Message tracker displays sender as "<>"
Does anyone know what this is? Or how I can obtain more information about
this particular email? It does not seem to be delivered to the users inbox. I
am using this method whilist trying to troubleshoot an email borne virus.
"desktop" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Does anyone know what this is? Or how I can obtain more information
> this particular email? It does not seem to be delivered to the users
> am using this method whilist trying to troubleshoot an e...I want to stop sending outofofficereplies to senders of forwarded
I receive a copy of all of my bosses mail, it shows in his own folder in my
Outlook. I also have full rights to his mailbox. When I establish an
out-of-office reply for myself, everyone who sends him mail gets the reply.
Can I set the assistant to only send out-of-office replies to those who have
either sent mail directly to my address or cc'd me and NOT send it to those
who write my boss?
Outlook does that already since forwarded messages are coming from your boss
and not the original sender.
If this has been set up as a redirection, then it is not possible and you'll
A user outside firstname.lastname@example.org (using Lotus Domino client) who is getting
bounced messages with the error below when he sends to our customer
@titi.com. @titi.com is setuped in Exchange 2003 server (rpc over http), we
use Antigen as anti-spam.
554 5.1.0 Sender Denied
Field Name: Received
Data Type: Text
Data Length: 206 bytes
Seq Num: 3
Dup Item ID: 0
"from Pico1.coco.com ([10.x.x.x]) by reng02.nt.prod.ren.titi.net
(Lotus Domino 5012HF429) with ESMTP id xxx:xxxx ; Wed, 15
Nov 2006 22:49:3...Wildcards in Junk Senders.txt?
Seen this posted several times, but can't find the answer.
Is it possible to use wildcards in the Junk Senders.txt file?
If so what wildcards can I use and what do they do?
Remove MAPSON to reply to me directly.
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...blocked sender list #5
Will wildcards work ?
No. Wildcards are not supported. The blocked sender list is only useful for
blocking mail from specific annoying senders - like a former friend or a
newsletter you can't get unsubscribed from.
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Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center: http://www.s...Newsgroup: Why Sender in Bold font and Subject not ?
Before reading the newsgroup messages.
Should be better all in bold but I didnt find any setting for that.
That design goof was fixed in the newer beta, which you are welcome to upgrade to:
Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
"Larios" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
Before reading the newsgroup messages.
Should be better all in bold but I didnt find any setting for that.
Sound interesting, but no Italian version yet.
Italians are always last :-)
If I install a...lift sender restrictions for internal domain
Is there a way to lift sender restrictions if the users sends a mail to an
internal user. I have a restriction of 500 KB for sending mails - but the
users should be able to send mail in their own organisation without beeing
My second questions is whether there is a possibility to group such sender
permissions. I only found two ways to restict - in the global settings and
in the active directory user - what if I have to make 50 users to 500 kb and
50 users to 10 MB?
On Thu, 20 Oct 2005 13:13:41 +0200, "Andreas W�ckl" <woeckl@es...No filters.txt, empty senders list, so why is Junk E-mail rule junking e-mails?
I am getting e-mails that are getting incorrectly detected as junk by
the Junk E-mail filter. Although this filter (rule) is enabled, I have
disabled all its means of detection and yet it still marks some e-mails
as junk. I've pulled its teeth and it still can bite.
According to what I've read, the Junk E-mail rule (and the Adult Content
rule) uses the filters.txt file to get some rules and bad words to
determine if an e-mail is to be junked. This file was found in
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\1033\FILTERS.TXT". I
renamed it (to filters.new). I also check...Issue with receipient Policies
I have an issue with the recipeint poilcies.The recipeint policies are
configured with different email address properties per child domain in the
The email address are getting applied to the mailboxes, but the DL's are not
receiving the mail addresses from the recipeint policy, instead from the
default recipeint policy.
Distribution Groups from the child domains? Does your recipient policy
filter pick up groups? (Look for objectClass=group in the ldap filter).
MVP - Exchange
NEW blog location...Blocked Senders List #2
I am running Outlook 2002 under Windows XP Professional.
I want to know if there is a way to automatically place
the senders of Junk Email into the blocked senders list.
and then i discover that first three number sets on my ip
address under file-properties is same first three sets on
spammers ip address.....other words back to domain names.
========there has to be solution to spam=========
>I am running Outlook 2002 under Windows XP
>I want to know if there is a way to automatically place
>the senders of Junk Email...Taking off "Block Sender" in Outlook
I accidentally clicked on Block Sender under Message in
How do I take this off so that sender isn't blocked. When
you block it emails from this Sender now automatically go
to Deleted Items.
What version of Outlook?
Check your message rules or check the Junk E-mail Filter settings
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"Maria" <anonymous@di...How to manage junk senders list
Does anybody know how to delete all the entry inside the
junk senders list? I can delete the entry one by one but
is there any fast method?
Brian <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Does anybody know how to delete all the entry inside the
> junk senders list? I can delete the entry one by one but
> is there any fast method?
Since you decided that your Outlook version wasn't important enough to
share, this question cannot be answered definitively.
...Safe senders list
I am using Office XP Outlook 2002.
I have been trying to create a "safe senders list" with no
success. Can anyone help me? I am going crazy trying to
filter out all this SPAM!
I can't find any information on a "Safe senders list" in Outlook 2002 but
here is the information I was able to find for the Junk E-mail filters in
Outlook 2002. Here are some links to articles about working with the Junk
I hope this informati...how to point MAPI interface at Express, how to get email of sender
I receive many email requests to scan old computer museum manuals.
I manually paste fields from the emails in to a table of scan
I haven't done this since 18th Jan 2006 and i'm attempting to automate
the process to some extent to catch up.
Here is the code I've done so far:
Dim lngCount As Long
Dim lngIndex As Long
Dim dteReceived As Date
Dim rs As Recordset
Set rs = CurrentDb().OpenRecordset("ScanRequestEmails")
Set myOlApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Applicati...Displaying full sender addresses
Is there any way to pursuade OL 2007 to display full SMTP email addresses,
including the domain name portion, in the message list?
Having to guess makes it harder to detect spam, and manually opening the
message properties to view the header of every message is really
It's almost like Microsoft isn't really sure this Internet thing is going
to catch on...
K&M Systems Integration
Ken Wallewein <email@example.com> wrote:
> Is there any way to pursuade OL 2007 to display full S...Outlook 2003 Adding several Emails to Block Sender list at One Tim #2
I just upgraded to Windows 2003 SP 2. In the older version of Outlook, I
could highlight several emails and add them to the junk senders list by
selecting: Action/Junk Email/Ad to junk senders list
With 2003, the option to “Add Sender to blocked senders list” is grayed out
and I am not able to select it. What can I do to be able to use this? It is
available when I select an individual email.
you can only add one at a time. BTW - blocking senders is a poor way to
manage spam, especially since there is a limit of about 2000 addresses on
the blocked and safe lists combined.
Diane...block mail with no sender or subject
Is it possible to block mail using a rule, if the mail has
no sender and no subject
> Is it possible to block mail using a rule, if the mail has
> no sender and no subject
I believe this is possible depending upon your level of Outlook.
Create a rule without using any of the selections. This rule will act on
Then add "Except where from contains @" and "Except where subject contains
a or e or i (and so on). This depends on your being able to come up with a
suitable list of letters. You should probably throw in the digits as well
in case someone sends...blocking senders
i am using exchange 2003 and am wanting to block emails from some of the
public email sources such as hotmail and yahoo.
i know there is a place in the global settings -> message delivery where i
can filter senders. what i would like to be able to do is block hotmail,
for example, but be able to specify exceptions (specific addresses that i
know are ok) that will still be allowed through. the setting in global
settings does not seem to be this flexible.
is there some other way of doing what i need to do?
You are in the right area. Checkout the Connection Filtering t...Receipient Policy
i required document to configure recipient Policy, at present all users
given storage limit of 50 MB but i want to increase storage limit to 100 mb
for specific users
You can't use Recipient Policies to increase storage limits, I would
recommend using a tool such as ADModify to do this, rather than individually
modifying every user via ADUC. See here for the ADModify tool:
Let us know if you require assistance using this tool
Ben Hof...OL 2003 and Block Senders List
In OL XP, I could select several emails from my InBox and put them in my
Junk Email senders list. OL 2003 doesn't seem to have that feature.
While OL2003 seems to do a better job of handling Junk (on the high
setting), I still get lots of junk that I need to block.
...Sender filtering questioning
1.) Is there anyway to seperate the "Message with Blank Sender" and the
senders manually defined into different folders, When the "Archives Filtered
Messages" is enabled?
Its kind of tough the search through 1000's of emails to find out if 1
person in the list has send email.
2.) Also in the bad mail directory why is 3 files created for 1 bad email,
this is a space hog, Also is there anyway to stop the collection of bad
Schedule a job to do it.
MVP - Exchange
"Protecting the world from PSTs and brick backups!"...Resolving Sender Display Name
I just upgraded my Exchange site to Exchange 2003 from Exchange 2000.
I've been noticing that on incoming messages the Sender's e-mail
address is no longer
being resolved to it's display name. I just see the sender's
SMTP address. I did some research and found a Microsoft article that
mentions the suppression of sender display name resolution is a feature
of Exchange 2003
However, it doesn't discuss how this functionality is enabled or
Does anyone know where this functionality is con...Anyoone seen NDR generated where the Sender name is the failed recipient?
I have a really odd problem where someone will send an email via Outlook to
another local user and will get an NDR returned from the Exchange 2003
Message tracking shows the message was delivered but the NDR lists the
senders (ie their own) name and there is no time stamp as shown below
The following recipient(s) could not be reached:
<Sender Name> on
The recipient has been deleted or has no e-mail address.
It's happening to a number of individuals on infrequent occassions and I
cannot find reference to this ...Query-Based Distros for Sender Restriction
Can I use a query based distribution list as a Sender Restriction?
i.e., if I have a query based distribution list which is "All Email
Users", can I add that to the list of allowed senders on a different
distribution list to effectively block external senders from sending
mail to that other distribution list? The reason I ask is that I'm
tryig to write a vbscript to go through a number of distribution lists
and change this but recieve an error if I attempt to set it to a query
based distribution list. A regular distribution list works fine. The
odd thing is that if I go into t...