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You could follow eirikb's suggestion and create a Console Application project in VS to run it. Or you could scrap the whole RWEP bit and just use the SharePoint 20xx Management Shell / PowerShell since it's a one off run. $site = Get-SPSite "http://yoursite" $user = $site.RootWeb.SiteUsers.GetByEmail("theemail@domain.com") $user.Email = ...


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Craig, You can use SPEmailEventReceiver to parse the email body.. Tip: If you want to debug your custom EmailEventReceiver, you have to attach your debugger to the ows process (not the w3wp) and you have to reset the Sharepoint Timer Service after deployment. - it costed me 3 days to figure this out. See here Reference: Event receiver not ...


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This is not possible OOB you will need to deploy some custom code, for example you could create a document library event receiver that fires on item created/updated which will do what you require. The example below shows how to do this, it is functional but will need additional work to make it suitable for deployment in a live environment. using System.IO; ...



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