Exchange 2007 and assigning multiple email addresses to a single user mailbox

Exchange 2007 Std.
I know an email recipient can recieve emails destined to multiple email addresses that are associated with that user's mailbox, but can two or more different email recipients receive the same email?
For example, can I have Joe and Tom both receive the same email that is sent to the same email address i.e.

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Yes you can. What you want to do is to create a mail enabled distribution/security group with the SMTP address of and add both Joe and Tom to the group.

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