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How to forward to TWO external addresses in Microsoft Exchange

Posted on 2006-10-30
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Hello pplz

A customer of us wants to forward his internal/external e-mail to two seperate e-mail addresses.
I know i can forward mail to one external account in exchange but how do I forward it to 2 different addresses, Exchange only offers 1 forward rule.

I know i can put some rules in his local outlook client but that gives all his emails a ; "FW:" text infront of it.  any ideas ?

So in simple words i have 1 exchange box lets call it  mrX@mydomain.com and i want to forward his mail to mrZ@externalsmtp.com and mrY@externalsmtp.com  

Thanks for your help

Eddy

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Create a group.
Put the two addresses in to the group as mail enabled contacts.
Forward to the group.

Simon.
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Sembee makes a great suggestion.
You can also set up a rule to "redirect" the message.  This leaves a copy in the local mailbox (might run into size issues).  If he does not check the local mailbox, and has no such desire, you could mail-enable the group and then assign his former SMTP address to the group.
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by:wk_automatisering
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Thx for da help, havent tested it yet, but it sounds logic ;-)

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