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sbs 2003 - forward users email to two other users

Posted on 2011-02-23
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I have a SBS 2003 domain, the two owners have created an Info account and want the emails to be forwarded to both of their email addresses.
I have been able to forward to one of the owners through the Info users properties, but when I try to add another it deletes the first user I am forwarding to.

How do I forward the email of one user to two others?
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Create a PDL (email distribution list) on your Exchange server,
Add both owners as members,
Then set forwarding to that PDL instead of individual user account like you've been doing
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