Outlook 2003 Rule - Forwarding messages to another address

My cell phone has an email address of 9495551212@messaging.nextel.com.  If I send an email message to it, the phone will receive it. If I set up a rule to forward messages to it, they will fail or not send at all.

DOes anyone know how to forward items using rules to forward to a wireless device?
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That does not make sense. If you can send a message to it directly, you can forward a mesage to it. Are you using the same client/account (IE Outlook) to send the message as you do to forward it? I would start over and make sure you double check the address in your rule for a space or missing "." . Are you receiveing any notification that the message could not be sent? If so, post the exact text

Also, make sure that the rule is "Turned On" after you create it.
PonthecomputerAuthor Commented:
I found out it's on our server - forwarding has to be enabled on exchange
Closed, 450 points refunded.
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