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By gregberry ·
how do I setup aliases in exchange 2000.

I need two things to happen:

When someone sends mail to sales@domain.com it is routed to user@domain.com.

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When someone sends mail to an address without a mailbox it is routed to a specific user.

Thanks

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by Wayne R. In reply to Exchange Question - URGEN ...

You need to create a secondary smtp addresses.

If only one user needs to receive sales@domain.com e-mails, go to your recipients container, select your user, select e-mail addresses tab and add a new internet address.

If more than one user needs to receive these mails then create a distribution list, give it the smtp address of sales@domain.com then make all required users a member of the list.

If sales@domain.com is a mailbox that already exists, go to the mailbox, select delivery options and set an alternate recipient.

Hope this helps.

Wayne

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by gregberry In reply to Exchange Question - URGEN ...

I was informed that Exchange 2000 will not do what I am trying to accomplish

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by maxwell edison In reply to Exchange Question - URGEN ...

You can do this with Internet Mail Service Routing feature. To configure this feature, you have to specify any domain(s) that will be handled by Exchange Server. To do this you must add a pound sign (#) in front of any domains you want exact matchesfor. A domain with a pound sign prefix indicates that domain must exactly match the destination domain (the domain in user@domain) to trigger the associated routing action.

See Microsoft article Q 169683 titled, "New IMS Routing Functionality inExchange Server 5.0 SP2". It will provide the full explanation, instruction, examples, and further links.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q169683

(REMOVE SPACES from the pasted URL.)

Maxwell

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by gregberry In reply to Exchange Question - URGEN ...

I was informed that Exchange 2000 will not do what I am trying to accomplish

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by bennie In reply to Exchange Question - URGEN ...

I think this might do the trick:
Go to Recipients. Create a new user (user@domain.com) Double-click on it to get to the properties. Go to E-mail Adresses. There is a white box. click on edit. Add a line
"SMTP user@domain.com" You can add multiple lines like this. Normally when you have a domain, there is a "drop Box" in other words, all mail directed to domain.com goes in there. You can create a recipient with that SMTP alias like I explained and that should work.

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by gregberry In reply to Exchange Question - URGEN ...

I was informed that Exchange 2000 will not do what I am trying to accomplish

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by gregberry In reply to Exchange Question - URGEN ...

I believe all e-mails that were sent to an address without a mailbox were put into the SystemMailbox. How do I move these messages to another mailbox

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