Question: anyone know a way to have delayed message be delivered as an attachement?

DeathmageDeathmage Banned Posts: 2,496
Hey guys,

been looking all over the internet and I'm pondering if this is even possible. So I was like gee why not ask the single resource I know that has a bazzillion professionals in the area of expertise; someone on here should have a clue what I'm asking....

Here we go...

Is it possible for a message in Exchange 2010 that is delayed that normally just sends a message to the users getting the email with the sender's email and subject but no body to have it's body attached as an attachment regardless if it's being 'delayed'?

I know that's a mouthful but hopefully someone has done this before or can tell me if it's not possible.
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