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Outlook XP, rules to copy email to POP account

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Using Outlook XP, how do you make a rule that copies an incoming email to a pop account?
More specifically, someone in our organization with an Exchange account wants their email copied to 2 different pop accounts (It's a boss).  Using the rules wizard, I can't see any option that looks remotely close to what I want to do.
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EricWestbo earned 50 total points
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I think this is what you're loking for...

http://office.microsoft.com/assistance/2002/articles/Olautoforwardmessage.aspx

let me know if this helps!


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That did it, thanks.
How did you find that?
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ancient chinese secret.

:)
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