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How can I forward exchange mail to MORE than one external email address ?

By happyhiker ·
I have a need to forward mail from an exchange server ( Version 6.0 ) on Windows Server 2003 SBS to more than one pop3 email address. Using the contact I can forward to ONE and then in outlook I can forward to more but in this case outlook may not be used all the time so I cannot rely on the outlook forward rule so I need to use the exchange server to do this and cannot find out how this is done. Any help please ??

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Try a distribution group.

by Dedlbug In reply to How can I forward exchang ...

I believe a distribution group will work here. Create seperate contacts for all the external accounts/recipients. Add those contacts to the distribution group. Select the distribution group in the delivery options of the user, as the email to forward to.

Keep us posted. =]

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HAHA

by mamies In reply to Try a distribution group.

Sorry I posted my answer at the same time that you posted yours. How ammusing

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In exchange

by mamies In reply to How can I forward exchang ...

Are you able to make email aliases or groups, I am not particularily familiar with Exchange, but I would be looking to create a group in exchange and send it to the group if possible

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Post a replyHow can I forward exchange mail to MORE than one external email

by happyhiker In reply to How can I forward exchang ...

Thanks guys, I will try a distribution list and let all know how it went....
HT

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by Lucita_Sasann In reply to Post a replyHow can I for ...
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by Lucita_Sasann In reply to Post a replyHow can I for ...

You can read about email forwarding in Exchange when using Exchange Rules Pro:
http://www.codetwo.com/exchange-rules-pro/email-forwarding/

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