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Windows 2003 SBS - Exchange Forwarding

We have a bunch of users setup in AD, all with their own mailboxes.  We also setup a few other "mailboxes" that will be uses for forwarding.

example: will send copies of emails to user1, user2, & user3

but will only send copies of emails to user1 & user2 (not user3).

I see the place where I can forward emails from one mailbox to another (in AD) but that will only allow ONE mailbox.  I need to forward to MULTIPLE mailboxes.

How can I do this?

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set up distribution lists and then add the members, add the distibution list where you need it..
you may want to remove the mailboxes if you have added them as users and re create them as groups or distribution lists.
Set up a distribution group
add the respective user accounts to the group
Specify the distribution group in the forwarding address
ttelescaAuthor Commented:
works great.  thanks guys
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