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Conditional forwarding of emails based on the domain name

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I would like to know if you can configure an email account to forward emails received from an account to another email account? I know you can create a rule that would do the forwarding in Outlook but I would like to have this done on the exchange server instead of on the client machine. What I need for this to do is when this user receives an email from jsmoe@domainname.com to forward this email to jjacob@domainname2.com and to bbitchen@domainname2.com. Can this be done on the exchange side? I know you can copy\forward all the emails to different email but don't know how to do a conditional forward if this is possible.
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You can create a rule in Outlook which will actually be a server side rule and will also work even if the Outlook client is not running. Will that help?

-Amit
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While this operation may work from the client, how can this be done from the Exchange 2003 server itself?

If I wanted to create a Rule/Filter to forward any email from a particular address, to just about any, to another address (per user), can that be accomplished with Exchange 2003?

Scenario...

I have 200 users on my Exchange 2003 server.  I receive email on user@abc.com, but if any email comes into my account from notify@xyz.com, I want that email forwarded to user@forward.abc.com.  But I want to do this for everyone one of my 200 users without having the individual users having to do anything.

Make sense?

Thanks,
Dave
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