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Distributing POP3 mail to multiple Exchange mailboxes.

Posted on 2006-11-07
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Hi,

Have a client with two Exchange users that need to collect POP3 mail and have it appear in both their mailboxes. Im using the POP3 connector and intitially thought I could not have it delete mail from the POP server upon collection, thus giving the second user an opportunity to also collect mail.

My other thought was to have an extra Exchange user setup on the server that collects mail to their mailbox and then share that out to the two users previously mentioned, but that may get messy.

Anybody got a better idea please?

Greg

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Thanks. Sorry about  that.
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Create a email address enabled DL and make those two users as members. Address the mails to DLs email address
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Hi CJTRMAN,

Will try that and let you know.

Thanks.
Greg
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Thanks. Worked well!  :)

Cheers,
Greg
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