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Remove Email Forward - Exchange 2003

Posted on 2011-03-23
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When going into Users AD Account to remove email forward via Exchange General > Delivery Options I want to simply stop the forward already setup.

If I click on Modify, I can not remove the entry - only change it.
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why click on modify if you want to stop it ? click on "None"

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Wow. I can;t believe i missed that.
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:) probably you've been working too long with caffeine
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lol ... sometimes, but just realised that my Mac Remote Desktop Connection session was not showing the Radio Buttons, which made me think there was nothing to click on.
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