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Is it possible to configure SBS2008 / exchange to deliver emails to multiple mailboxes?

I need to have exchange deliver the incoming mail to the recipient and also to a shared group mailbox (for the recipients team). The domain will contain a number of these groups.
I cannot use outlook rules as it cannot be guaranteed that outlook will be running.
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LISIITCommented:
You can forward the emails on the back end server through AD.  Go to the recipient's user AD account, and bring up the Exchange General properties tab.  Click on the delivery options, and then in the middle section where it says Forwarding Address you can add in the additional email addresses you would like.
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m28298Author Commented:
Thanks LISIIT for the very quick reply. Does it hold true for SBS2008?
I do see the "Exchange General" tab in the AD account dialog.

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LISIITCommented:
yes it works for Windows 2008/Exchange 2007 combination.  You will need to download and install the Exchange Server 2007 management tools on to the SBS server.  Note that there are both 32- and 64-bit versions.
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m28298Author Commented:
In SBS2008 this option is found in the Exchange Management Console....
Select "Recipient Configuration", then "Mailbox" then the user account you wish to configure, then select "Mail Flow Settings", "Delivery Options" and click "Properties".
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m28298Author Commented:
Although not quite complete it gave me enough information to find the solution.
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