Script to Remove Attachments in Exchange Mailbox
KDawg44 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 11 17:53:45 CEST 2007
On Oct 11, 10:03 am, Tim Golden <m... at timgolden.me.uk> wrote:
> KDawg44 wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am frustrated with my users who send large files around the office
> > instead of using the network shares.
> > Which means that there are 8 copies of the same file 4MB taking up
> > space, or a 4MB file turned into a 32MB file."
> > So, what I would like, is to write a script that parses the exchange
> > mailbox, and removes all attachments over a certain size (say 500K)
> > that are attached to messages that are more than 2 weeks old, or that
> > are in sent items. I would like to write to a log file all the
> > changes that are made then email that log file to the mailbox that was
> > just trimmed.
> I have something v. similar, only it's at work and I'm not. Maybe tomorrow.
> What it does -- I think, it's been a while -- is to rip through any
> mailboxes finding attachments over a certain size, saving them to some
> kind of folder structure on the user's home drive and replacing the
> attachment by a link to the attachment. I have another script which,
> independently, rips through users' home shares finding duplicates and
> linking them to one copy.
> It's a while since they were last run to they're probably quite
> dusty but it sounds like the kind of thing you're after.
That sounds great!
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