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How to Setup a 'New Mail Has Arrived' alert for occasional corporate users in Exchange

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We have a few users in our Exchange Server that rarely check their email. They were hoping to be able to have some agent that lets them know new mail has arrived and they could then check it via their OWA. I don't want to forward the message just maybe have something that emails their personal account maybe once a day 'new mail on our secure server'.

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Keep one decommissioned Domino server...
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On any Outlook Rules wizard:
> Which condition(s) do you want to check? (nothing to choose )...will apply for all the message
(or)...choose "where my name is in the To or Cc box

> Perform a custom action
Need to write a vbs\wmi script to generate and send an email to another email address with the required message?

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