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I have an Exchange 2007 server that I want to set up e-mail to be forwarded to another address while also being delivered to the destined recipient. My question is if I do this within mailbox management, is there any possible way for the end user to find out that their e-mail is being sent elsewhere as well? Obviously whatever mailbox it goes to will need to never use Out of office replies.

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Be carefull when playing big brother ;-)

But yes, that would be transparent to the user. He/she won't know his/her mails are being forwarded as well.
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