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Exchange 2003 copy incoming mail

This is a very novice question re Exchange 2003.  I need to have all incoming email to a single user, lets call him fred.boggs@mydomain.com, received also by a.manager@mydomain.com. I don't want to change the normal operation of fred.bloggs account.

As fred.bloggs is not in the office much of the time he won't have Outlook running every day so it needs to be done within Exchange.

What is the easiest was to accomplish this please?

Thanks

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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:

 Forward Mail from the User to the other User.
1. Go to a domain controller.
2. Click Start > Run > dsa.msc
3. Active directory users and computers will start.
4. Locate the user
5. Right Click > Properties > Exchange General tab.
6. Go to the Forwarding Address Section.
7. Click Forward to > Click Modify > Browse to the Contact you want to farrward to8. Click OK
9. TICK  Deliver messages to both forwarding address and mailbox
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apt-itAuthor Commented:
Pete,

Many thanks - I thought I was going to have to use Recipient Poliies!  This way look much easier.

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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
:) ThanQ
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