I am running Active Directory and Exchange Server 2000.
In Active Directory, there are two entries:
User: Jim, email address: Jim@mydomain.com
Contact: Jim BB, email address: JimBB@vzw.blackberry.net
In Active Directory, the Exchange entries for Jim@mydomain.com is
Exchange General \ Delivery Options \ Forwarding Address \ Forward to JimBB
Deliver messages to both forwarding address and mailbox is checked.
The setup is simple:
When an e-mail arrives for Jim, forward it to JimBB.
With message tracking enabled in Exchange System Manager,
The log indicates 20 messages sent to JimBB.
However, the Blackberry device only receives 5 of the 20 e-mails.
Here's the predicament: The 15 missing messages are actually SPAM, the 5 received by the Blackberry device are from legitimate clients. How does Blackberry know what message is SPAM, and what message is "real" (for lack of a better term)??
Note: My Inbox in Outlook receives all 20 e-mails.
Thanks for your help in advance.