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Forwarding an email to a group using Mac Snow Leopard Server Mail

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Hello Mac people.

How do I forward a user's mail to a group of people on a Mac Snow Leopard server running mail?

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I want hello@hello.com to go to me@hello.com, you@hello.com and them@hello.com
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A couple of ways:

1)  See the Mail Administrator Guide for Snow Leopard Server:
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2)  Use Workgroup manager, create a dummy user with their shell set to false/none/null, then on the mail tab click forward, then type in hello@hello.com to go to me@hello.com, you@hello.com and them@hello.com

3)  Or use file system alias:
https://discussions.apple.com/message/10633607?messageID=10633607#10633607?messageID=10633607



Mail-Service-Admin-v10.6-2nd-Ed.pdf
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I'm rating this as low. The answer is correct but using terminal to perform simple administration is not really acceptable for a product that is advertised as so easy to use.
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