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How to set email forwarder in exchange 2010 for specific time period.

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Elmar Koschka earned 1500 total points
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Hello,
this tutorial describes time based roules in outlook. i think you can manage with server based roules...

http://www.vladville.com/2008/03/time-based-outlook-2007-rules.html
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by:Michael Ian Claridge
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You could use the Out Of Office assistant, there is a RULES button where you can define server based rules as highlighted above. And yes you can of course set a time window.
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You can also configure this server-side in the Exchange Management Console, or by using the Exchange Management Shell.

Microsoft's official procedural documentation:  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd351134.aspx

1. Right-click the mailbox in the Management Console.
2. Select Properties.
3. Click the Mail Flow Settings tab.
4. Click "Delivery Options", then "Properties".
5. You can establish a Forward-To or Copy-To address here.

Unfortunately, there is no built in feature for establishing a timeframe.

Outlook will let you set a schedule, but if you must do this on the Exchange Server, I think you would have to set up a scheduled task to run Exchange Shell commands to turn the forwarding rule on, then off at specific times.

That Microsoft documentation link has the commands you need for that.
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There is command for email forwarding from exchange shell with time frame?
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There is any command for email forwarding from exchange shell with time frame?
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by:Elmar Koschka
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No, there is no timeframe option available. you can execute a powershell script with shedueled tasks.
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In exchange 2010, there is any alternative option for this
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No, sorry
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Hello,

Was my solution suitable?

Regards

michael
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