Rules wizard in exchange server 2000

Can anyone tell me if there is a way in Excange to configure rules ... just like the way you can add rules in Microsoft Outlook ? My goal is to receive e-mail on one e-mail address, for example:
info@domain.com

If the mail contains a specific word in the title or body of the e-mail message it will be forwarded to an other e-mail address. So, for example: if an e-mail message contains the word 'dns', it will be forwarded to our DNS administrator.

Can you please give a link with an manual or example setup ?

Thanks!
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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
No, that's an SMTP event sink, not a rule for Exchange server. If it were me, I'd set the mailbox, access it with Outlook, and build the rule(s) necessary to accomplish this, especially if it's for only 1 email address.

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Ray2003Author Commented:
Unfortunately that isn't an option; this solution will be used at my company for distributing a lot of mail per day.
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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
then you'd need to write an SMTP event sink for each event.
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Ray2003Author Commented:
Thanks for y0ur answers!
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