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possible to forward to multiple email addresses from mail enabled public folder?

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Is it possible to forward to multiple email addresses from mail enabled public folder in exchange 2007? I know you can forward to one email address through management console, public folders, properties, mail flow settings, forward.  But that only lets you forward to ONE address.  Is there a way to forward to multiple addresses.  Thanks in advance.
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Yes.  Simply create a distribution group, put the members into it that you want to receive mail from that group, and use the distribution group address in the forwarding settings.
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Simple which I overlooked
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