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missing filter/rule

By AM/FM ·
According to the Microsoft FAQ there should be a redirect rule in the list of options in Outlook 2003, I've looked at two different versions of Outlook 2003 and can't find it.

How can I redirect (not forward) messages in Outlook 2003??

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by Monice In reply to missing filter/rule

You can't "redirect" email using Outlook, only forward. You can redirect at the Exchange server by delivering incoming email for a specific address to an alternate recipient.

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Only with Exchange Server - Not IMAP or POP

by enzoferrari In reply to missing filter/rule

Your client must be in MAPI mode to offer the Redirection option. Outlook knows enough not to display it in other modes.

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by ntraiser In reply to Only with Exchange Server ...

Monice referenced sending it to an alternative address. Create a new contact and set the recipient address. Then within AD go to the Exchange General tab and look for Delivery options. Then add this new contact as the forwarding address.

My problem that got me here, if any can help..? I am going one step further and I need to redirect the mail as an attachment so it shows up from the exchange account, not the origanl sender.

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by TallTomD In reply to redirecting notes cont...

If you want to to look like it's coming from the AD user instead of the original then you want to use Forwarding and not redirecting.

I'm having a problem using Outlook rules to redirect. I've setup the contact in AD and put the correct address in there. I've grated the AD user account the authority to relay through our SMTP. It's worked before, but something is missing this time...

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