C# - Catching An Exception And Clearing It Before ELMAH Gets It?

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i have a problem where i have an exception being thrown that i am capturing in global asax. As part of this exception handling i redirect the user to a specific page because of this exception.

i also have ELMAH error handling with the email module plugged in. I do not want to receive emails for this exception. I also don't want to add this type of exception to ELMAHs ignore list, in case i want to do granular work around the exception (ie, only if it matches certain properties, happens on certain pages)

i want to:

write an Application_OnError that redirects a user to a page (i know how to do this part, more for procedure i've left it here) In the Application_OnError stop ELMAH fromrecieving this error after i've caught it

i am currently calling Server.ClearError() inside my App_OnError method, but am still receiving these emails....

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