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Forward Mail with Unresolved Recipients to a Single Mailbox

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I am running exchange 2000 and want to create an unresolved recipients script.  I have followed the instructions I downloaded from http://support.microsoft.com/?id=315631.  

I reached step 6.  On the Project menu, click References. Make sure that the following references are checked: Microsoft CDO for Exchange 2000 Library, Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 2.5 Library, and Server Extension Objects COM Library.  Server Extension Objects COM Library is not in the list.  

I continued to see if I was able to complete the HOW TO.  When I tried to Make Q315631.dll I received a compile error: User-defined type not defined.  I am running Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 on XP Pro.  I have not worked with VB in the past so I am not sure if this error is program related or user related. Any advice is much appreciated.
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Why don't you setup a catch-all account on the server? Any problems in doing that?
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I wasn’t familiar with the term “catch-all”.  I did some searching online and found

http://hellomate.typepad.com/exchange/2003/08/exchange_catcha.html

a site that has 3 ways to handle unresolved emails.
Thanks for pointing me in a better direction.
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