update – Yes! Here’s a how-to guide.
>No, sorry to give such a dogmatic answer but there isn’t.
>The only way is to recall through outlook and that only works if the exchange client it is sent to hasn’t read the >message– if it has they get a notification that the message has been recalled and (i think) if they accept the >recall the message gets deleted.
>If they message is sent to the outside world (meaning the Internet) there isn’t a way to recall it.
>It’s best to be careful and sure you want to send when you hit send.
>As far as I know the only way to force an email delete is the fairly unethical procedure of logging into the users >mailbox and manually deleting the message. This of course shouldn’t ever be done without written as SMTP >doesn’t include a delete from receiving users mailbox function.
There is a utility by microsoft called exmerge that will allow you to remove a message from all mailboxes in exchange. Requires you to have full exchange permissions though.