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Forward incoming mails to 2 other address in MO

Posted on 2007-04-02
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Hi All,

Please tell me how to forward incoming mails automatically to 2 other (non- company) users.
Is that possible to set the forwarding to 2 or only to 1 person?
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Question by:verto33
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by:redseatechnologies
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you need to forward to a group, and then add those external users to that group.
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by:verto33
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We made a contact (this is the external user) but when we try to add this contact to a group the contact can't be selected because it isn't visible in the list from where we could select users.
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by:redseatechnologies
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Is it a distribution group?

Does it have an email address assigned (automatically)?

How long have you waited?
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by:verto33
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It's a distribution group. (and Universal) Users can be added to the group but we created contacts for the external users. In the list we could see only users not contacts.

Can you give a short description how to do it exactly?
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backbonemd earned 125 total points
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you'd need to create a mail-enabled contact in active directory, rather than an outlook contact.
In a relevent OU in AD, right-click, select 'new', select 'contact
Put in its name, then say next, have it create an exchange mail account, then click 'modify'
Enter in the smtp email address of the contact. repeat for both of them. create a distribution group in active directory also, give it an email address, then add in these two new contacts you've created, they'll be visible now.

hope this makes sense..'
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