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Redirect Emails from exchange to telus.blackberry.net account

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Hello I have a user that needs his e-mails that are sent to his outlook exchange account to be redirected to his Telus.blackberry.net account.  In the past I had setup blackberry desktop on his computer with blackberry redirector however in the newer version of blackberry desktop they no longer have a rediector and the older version stopped redirecting his emails.  I would like to be able to rediect or forward all the emails that go to his outlook exchange account to his blackberry.telus.net account.  I tried doing this by going into the properties of his user in active directory users and computers clicking exchange general \ delivery options \ forward to but it will only let me add users on the exchange server not third party e-mail accounts.  Does anyone know of a simple sollution for this?
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Create a contact for the email address of his Telus.blackberry.net account in Exchange. Then from the user's AD Account setup forwarding to the email address of the Blackberry.net account.
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You can create a new contact in exchange and have the mail forwarded.
Please see steps outlined here:
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF015.html
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by:JBond2010
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@Sindread thats what I said in my comment.
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by:Alex_L
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thanks to you both it works as stated.
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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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@JBond2010: look at the time stamp, both of you were writing at the same time :)
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