Exchange 2003: Forwarding email to another account

Posted on 2012-04-05
Last Modified: 2012-04-09
Hello all,
There is one employee who will be no longer working with the company. I would like to forward her email to another account.
Could you please assist me on this issue?
Question by:dongocdung
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EndureKona earned 250 total points
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Just open the properties of the account of the employee who Exchange General tab you will see forwarding address...just select the where you want the email to be forwarded have the option to deliver to both or just forward email.

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Do I do that in AD User and Computer?

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muzzammilhussain earned 250 total points
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Yes, you need to do this from AD. Here is the step by step:
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Yes with 2003 you edit all the account properties via ADCU

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