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Setting up email "aliases" from within Exchange.

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How do I go about setting up email forwarders/aliases from within MS Exchange 5.5 (w/ SP1)?   For example, if my server houses anyjoe.com, but I want to set up a "alias" that forwards mail sent to joe@anyjoe.com to a domain/email-address outside my server, how exactly would I go about doing that?
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Select file, new custom recipient.  Select internet mail.  Then enter the email address on the general tab and hit ok.  Finally, enter the values in the property sheet like a regular exchange account.  It will appear in the Global Address List but the mail will forward to that email address.
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Much obliged.
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