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Routing Non-Existant Domain E-Mail to a User in SBS 2003

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I am sure there is an easy answer to this (yet it is making pull most of my hair out), but here we go.  If someone sends an e-mail to my domain to a non-existant user (like harry@mydomain.com and we do not have a harry), how can I route those e-mails to my user mailbox?  I just do not want misspelled or improperly addressed e-mails in my domain bouncing back to the sender.  I have a an exchange server set-up with my SBS 2003 server.  It works great to my e-mail address at the domain and I do not want to screw that up.  Thanks in advance!
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Hi brihaspati79,

this is for exchange 2000 but I am sure it will work here to http://support.microsoft.com/?id=315631

also this site was great but for some reason it is down at the mo http://msmvps.com/kwsupport/archive/2004/09/01/12715.aspx may come back up...hopefully as it has a wealth of info for what you want to do

Hope This helps
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Thanks, the second link you posted came back up.  There is a products called Mail Basket which I downloaded for evaluation.  It seems to do the trick.  Thanks for your help!
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