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How do I check all the recipients for an e-mail address?

Posted on 2008-10-27
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I have a User that continues to receive e-mails sent to a Conference Room that is set up to schedule meetings.  This is no longer her responsibility and I'd like to add another user's name to recive the e-mails as well as the Conference Room account.  I've removed the User's name from all management of the Conference Room account in AD and added the new User, there is no aliasing set up in AD.  I see no distribution groups that include the old user or the conference room and it looks like Auto Accepting is not installed on the server (if I'm getting that right).  I also logged in as the Conference Room and made sure no rules were in place.  When the request comes through it has the to: and from: fields both populated by the original requester's name.

Is there something I'm missing or any place else I can look for where this original forwarding was set up?

(I recently took over an IT Administration position where there is little to no documentation.  It's also been a while since I've administered Exchange so I most likely am not looking in the correct place.)


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Hi,
  • Please go to ADUC -> User -> Properties -> Exchange (sth) -> Delivery Options -> Forwarding....Remove the user from there
  • Also, please setup Resource Mailbox profile on some PC and check the Rules & Forwarding there via Outlook
  • Confirm that in ADUC -> User -> Properties -> Email Address TAB, the users mail ID is not there
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Nitin
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by:eeWiggly
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Thanks Gupnit:

You definitely put me in the right direction.  I had already exhausted all ADUC options but, this time when I logged in as the CONFERENCE ROOM (Resource Mailbox) I tooled around deeper and found my solution in TOOLS>OPTIONS>DELEGATES TAB.

Thanks again,
Wig
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Hi Wig,
My pleasure, glad to help :-)
Thanks
Nitin
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