Sink a global event in Exchange Server 2010
Hello experts, I want to read all inbound emails in my Exchange server 2010 and I am using VS 2008. My application should be notified whenever an email is received in any of the available mailboxes in the ex-server. How can I do that? Any help with code will be highly appriciated. Thanks in advance... -Jahedur Rahman
July 30th, 2010 3:12pm

Hi, You have to create a Transport Rules on Hub Transport Server with below condition and action to copy all incoming to a mailbox For incoming mails. Action: To People Condition: Copy the message to addresses References: It quite similar in exchange 2010, below are few article for exchange 2007 same will work for 2010 also: Understanding How Transport Rules Are Applied in an Exchange 2007 Organization Exchange 2007 – Transport Rules & Disclaimer Ripu Daman Mina | MCSE 2003 & MCSA Messaging
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July 30th, 2010 4:03pm

Thanks Ripu Daman for your reply... But do you mean to create a new mailbox and to create a transport rule to send a copy of each inbound email to that mailbox? I am wondering if there is an option in Exchange server 2010 so that I can hook an event using VS 2008 application (or Exchange server SDK - not sure what to do) to be notified/read all new incoming emails without creating a new mailbox. This would be a smarter solution. But I will go through the articles in your suggested links and will try to sort out if something is there to start with. Thanks once again... -Jahedur Rahman
July 31st, 2010 10:39am

Here’re some resources that may help you, although it’s for exchange 2007: Transport Agents How to write Exchange 2007 transport agents Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Transport Agents SDK March 2010 Notes: For the questions about programming, please use the “Development” forum which would be the best place for the question James Luo TechNet Subscriber Support ( If you have any feedback on our support, please contact
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August 3rd, 2010 8:44am

Thanks James...
August 3rd, 2010 12:53pm

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