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We will be detecting a user's identity in the organization and the recipients on a new mail before it's sent, and if it's going from certain parties to others, we will challenge them with a few questions to answer on the nature of the email.
Depending on the answers, we want to classify the email programmatically, and then pick that classification up and use MS Exchange Transport Rules to copy to one or another archive based on Exchange's message classification abilities.
The key question at this point is, is it possible in an api to set a classification?
The process of BB admin creation of classifications is outlined on pp 180-182 here
and the api has IT policy rules exposed, but it is not clear to me if the api currently enables one to programmatically set a stored classification.
But may I ask you,
1) Do you think getString(int id), as in the api link below, is going to return me a particular policy that I could somehow apply to the outgoing email before allowing it to be sent?
2) Would there be a logical place to store the policy in the email? Appending to the subject or body and then stripping on the Exchange server (after using it in Exchange's Transport Rule scheme to determine the archival place) seems hackish.
JDE 4.5.0 API Reference: Class ITPolicy
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