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Is it possible for two different users to share the same alias?

If we have an alias called info@somewhere.com can we arrange it so that messages sent here can be directed to two different users?

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You could create a mail enabled group and add the two users to it... or you could create a specific account with a mailbox and grant both users permissions.
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Mail enabled group sounds better. How do you set that up? This is for Exchange 2007.

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ja!
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