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New user SBS Server 2008, exchange mail set up

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I need to set up a new employee.  I have mail working through Exchange/Outlook. The person she is replacing, I would like to have the emails that go to that terminated employee mail address go into the new employee mail address.  How do I do that?
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The best and easyist way to do this would be to put a forward in exchange from the account that has left to the new person.

To do this open the exchange management console, expand recipitant configuration then select mailbox. Open the mailbox for the user that has left and go to the mail flow tab. Open delivery options and tick the forward to box, you can then browse for the new user. Then save you setting and send a test email. It should now go to the new users outlook.

Good luck!
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That worked. Thanks.  Another question...can I forward to more than one?
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by:Don Thomson
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You can try creating a Distribution group - Then forward to the distribution group
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