Auto Forward Invitation Emails to Someone Else in Outlook/Exchange

Hello!
I am trying to automatically forward (hopefully fork) only Invitation emails to someone else using Outlook having Exchange server as backend.
I looked Exchange and Outlook, and I haven't found anything to achieve this, yet.  Could anyone help me, please??  THANK YOU!
Joon
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KitezhCommented:
Ok try this on the local outlook client. Go to tools / rules and alerts then set up a new rule using a blank rule set. Click next and set "step 1: Select when messages should be checked"  and the below set the condition "check messages when they arrive". Click next and you have "Which condition(s) do you want to check?" scroll down till you see the check box "uses the form name form" and check the box. Below this then you see Step 2 so click on the underlined "form name".  This displays the choose forms window so select application forms from the drop own menu. This selection is up to you so could select "meeting request" and/or "appointment". Click add to add these forms that the rule with apply to and click close. Click next and then you need to select "what you want to do with the message?" the check boxes you may want to use are "forward to people or distribution list" or "redirect it to people or distribution". Once doen look down at step2 and click the underlined value to set who you want to send this to. Click next and you have the exceptions again this is up to you. Click next again and then set the name and rule options then click finish.

This should set up the rule you need to sort this for you. Good luck with the forking :)

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