Set exchange redirect email from specific domain to a specific exchange user account.

Hi!

Is there a possibility to set microsoft exchange server redirect an email from a specific domain to a specific exchange user account? How is it possible to obtain this goal.
Thank you!
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ZaurbAsked:
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KREDIERSCommented:
Exchange Version?
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ZaurbAuthor Commented:
Exchange 2003
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ZaurbAuthor Commented:
thanks! As I understand it re-directs mail sent TO specified domain from within exchange server domain but not email that arrive FROM other domain to exch. server domain.
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KREDIERSCommented:
Hello,

Sorry my mistake...
How does your mail arrive? MX directly on your server or user a pop connector?
Or is this server part of a larger forest of exchange servers
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ZaurbAuthor Commented:
No, it's a single server in domain. My task is to forward email which arrives from specific email address or from a domain such email address belongs to to another exchange mailbox. Let's say, user1 and user2 which have exchange accounts are supposed to receive emails from something@somedomain.com. I need to forward emails that arrive from somedomain.com to a mailbox of user3 and make sure that user1 and user2 will not receive these emails.
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KREDIERSCommented:
and the MX records point directly to your exchange server?
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ZaurbAuthor Commented:
am not so sure. How do I verify that?
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KREDIERSCommented:
Use nslookup
options explained here:
http://www.zoneedit.com/doc/nslookup.html

There you can see to which public ip you domain points.

Does your exchange server have a public ip address?
Or do you have a tool to pull the mails from your ISP?
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sojujosephCommented:
Try this.. you might need to modify script little bit.

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=324021

Regards,
Jigar Shah
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