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email store and forward --exch 2003

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Hello,

Can anyone let me know how I can setup emails to an internal user from local / remote to be stored and a copy forwarded to his external home acct.

He already has a local smtp exch 2003 account with email ...just need to forward copies to an external smtp address.....currently not set up.

jim
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Hi j1mlondon,
easy peasy... but I do not recommend doing it... reason being that there could be ndrs delivered if the mail does not go through for limits etc

but here is how http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;281926

Hope This helps
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