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How to set automatically deliver messages to both forwarding address and the original recipient's mail box in Lotus Domino?

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I know how to set automatically deliver the message to forwarding addres and mailbox in Mcirosft Exchange 2003.  But I want to know how to do the same in Lotus Domino 7.  Thanks!
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by:madheeswar
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Open the person document and goto mail tab. In the forwarding address, specify the person email address (multiples with semi colon as separator).
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by:brwwiggins
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I think this is what you're looking for....

Create a rule in the mail file with the condition of "all documents" and action of "send full copy to" and then specify the forwarding address. This will deliver a copy of the message to the notes database as well as the forwarding address specified
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brwwiggins suggestion will work only if this is allowed in the Server docs/ Policies regarding forwarding messages via rules.

In R7, this can be prevented at the Server for all users, to prevent data leaving a corporate environment via User rules.

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