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Hi,
     I would like to create email accounts (support@xxx, register@xxx), and have them forward to another email address on the same exchange server.  What is the best way to do that?


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Sean
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Two ways.

1. Simply add the smtp addresses on to another account or public folder.
2. Create a distribution list with the address on it and then add those who need to receive the messages.

Simon.
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Where do I go to add the smtp addresses on to another account?

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