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By moukda00 ·
How do I forward my MS Outlook email on Exchange Server to an outside address? I want my emails on the server forward to my attglobal account.

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by DoubleDown In reply to Exchange Server

Create a custom recipient, with the SMTP address of yout AT&T global account. Then, in the Delivery Options tab of your Exchange mailbox, set that custom recipient as an alternate recipient.

Let me know if you need more information.

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by dlw6 In reply to Exchange Server

There are two other ways to do this, and either one works in Outlook 97 or Outlook 98 (and probably in Outlook 2K but I don't have a copy to test).

1. If you want this forwarding to be temporary, use the Out of Office option. In Outlook, go to Tools..Out of Office Assistant. There you can check "I am currently Out of the Office", set up an automatic reply, and Add a New Rule to arrange to forward all your mail. This will continue until you turn it off by going back in and checking "I am currently In the Office." The down side of this method is that it will send a reply to each person who mails you that you are out of the office.

2. If you want to forward the mail without the senders getting an Out of Office reply (or for more than a temporary period) use the Inbox Assistant (Outlook 97) or the Rules Wizard (Outlook 98). In Outlook, click Tools..Rules Wizard (or Inbox Assistant). Click the New button and follow the prompts. You can set some or all of your e-mail (based ona wide variety of criteria) to do any number of handy things (including forwarding to your ATT account), all automatically. For example, you could forward all mail to your ATT account AND also delete it off your Exchange account.

Please write meif you need additional help with either of these features.

Don

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