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Exchange Mail Routing ?

By razorren ·
Hi there guy's. I have two email addresses with my ISP, is there a way that I can use MS Exchange Server to share these mail boxes with my entire comapany (60 people). For example the ISP mailbox is 'mail@mycompany.com' and I want Exchange to route incoming mail for Bob though this mailbox. I hope I explained this right.
Also are there any good site about implementing Exchange.

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by McKayTech In reply to Exchange Mail Routing ?

If you already have a domain name registered (e.g. "mycompany.com") the best way would be to just have your ISP create a DNS MX record that points to your Exchange server. Then Bob could get his e-mail at bob@mycompany.com.

Routing mail for everyone through one mailbox would require custom programming and far, far more effort than just setting the Exchange server up to receive Internet mail.

Microsoft has some pretty good information on their TechNet Knowledge Base (www.microsoft.com/technet) and another excellent reference source is www.exchangefaq.com.

paul

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by curlergirl In reply to Exchange Mail Routing ?

If I'm clear on your question, you want to allow all of the 60 people in your company to be able to read the mail that comes in through one (or two) Internet email accounts. One easy way to do this would be to set up a public folder called, for example, "Internet Mail". Set up one workstation w/Outlook to receive all of the mail from those mailboxes. Set up rules in Outlook on your workstation to move a copy of all mail from those Internet accounts to the public folder. Then, everyone in thecompany can read the mail from that public folder. Only downside here is that Outlook must always be running on the WS to process the rules. Another way would be to create an Exchange distribution list and then set up your rule to send a copy of all these emails to that distribution list. Hope this helps!

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by dmiles In reply to Exchange Mail Routing ?

Start Outlook with a profile configured for the Exchange Server mailbox for accountB.
Choose Options from the Tools menu
Click add to Delagates tab
Type or select the name of the user accountA,and then click OK
Select Editor
Click OK twice
If the folder list is not visable from the View menu,choose Folder List
Right click Mailbox- <User Name>,and then choose Properties for Mailbox - <User Name> from the shortcut menu
Click add to the Permissions tab
Type or select the name of the user of account A,click Add,and then click OK
Click the newly added entry for account A in the Name box
Select Owner from the roles list,and then click OK
Log off
Restart-log on to user account A
Start outlook with a profile configured for the Exchange Server mailbox for accont A
Chose Services from the Tools menu to open the services dialog box
Select Microsoft Exchanger,and then click properties to open the Properties dialog box
Click Add on the Advanced Tab
Type the name of the user of account B, and then cli

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