It sounds like you probably want to use an SMTP event sink to redirect the
messages to an alternate mailbox or to store them in your seperate database.
You may also want to looking into the anti-spam APIs introduced in Exchange
2003 to see if that would be something worth integrating with.
> It's an anti-spam plugin. I want to create a server version of it,
> where all the spam is sent into a quarantine folder, which the server
> admin can access. The admin has the possibility to re-send quarantined
> messages to their original receipients, add addresses to a white and
> black list, etc..
> I guess a book wouldn't hurt as well, since I've never worked with
> > What does your plugin/addin do (in general)? Take a look at the SDK,
> > can be found off of http://msdn.microsoft.com/exchange/ for general
> > information on Exchange 2000 development.
> > - Dave
> > > Hi,
> > > I want to learn about plugin/addin development under Exchange Server.
> > > I have a plugin that already works with Outlook that I'd like to adapt
> > > to run with Exchange Server.
> > > Anyone knows where I can find some information/documentation/samples
> > > (can be online or a book, and C++ if possible)?
> > > Thanks!