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SBS 2008 Forwarding emails on to another email address

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Hi,
I would like to forward on emails that arrive at a users mailbox to an external blackberry email account. It use to work fine on SBS 2003 by implementing the following

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF015.html

But I can't find how implement a similar solutions in SBS 2008?

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Chris Dent earned 125 total points
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In exactly the same way, it's just some of the boxes moved around.

Open up the Exchange Management Console. From there you should be able to create a New Contact using the wizards via Recipient Configuration \ Mail Contact. Then, staying in the console, head to the users Mailbox and open the Properties, select Mail Flow Settings, then the properties for Delivery Options. You should see the Forwarding address option there.

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Chris
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