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How to froward emails to an address to users

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How do I set up the sales@ email address, i.e., no user account associated, so that I can then edit it to forward copies to specific addresses? In essence, I would like usera to recieve emails addressed to sales@domain.com
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poweruser32 earned 500 total points
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set uo sales@ as a distribution group in AD and than add users to the this group-simple as that
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many thanks, that was painless. Easy points for you sir!
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