How to get client info from Exchange EventSink?

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Exchange 2003 SP2
IIS 6.0
Microsoft Exchange 2003
Microsoft Exchange Event
Hi

 

I wrote an Exchange EventSink, implementing the interface 'IExStoreSyncEvents' and I use it to filter out unwanted messages and do several more other things.

The EventSink works perfectly.

However, I would like to know who the client was which generated the action: Outlook or OWA (Outlook Web Access) or maybe ActiveSync.

The client IP might be useful as well for statistics.

 

Any way to get the client information in the EventSink?

 

Thanks



Software/Hardware used:
Exchange Server 2003 SP2

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