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Route email from a specific sender to a specific recipient

I'm running a 2003 Exchange server behind a Barracuda 300 spam and virus filter.  We have a single outside sender sending inflammatory emails to 20+ people in my organization.  I can block this person no problem, however our attorney here sill wants to be able to receive these emails.  So far I haven't found a way to route this specific sender's emails to my attorney's internal email address with what I'm using.  Any suggestions?


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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
Base on my research, the function you want is unavailable in Exchange 2003 ... in Exchange 2007 and 2010 you can easily do this with Transport Rule.

http://www.ivasoft.com/spammover.shtml

So the end is Exchange 2003 itself cannot do this task ... however youc an get it from Firewall or some 3rd party.

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pony10usCommented:
If memory serves there is a way to set up a filter in the Barracuda. We recently replaced our Barracuda with a Sophos so I don't have access to get the proper steps. It should be a filter rule similar to setting up a rule for lanugage filtering.
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gthmpdAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay. What I ended up doing was having this person's email Quarantined at the Spam Filter. Have the Quarantined email forwarded to me. I then forward the email to the one user.
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gthmpdAuthor Commented:
Doubt anyone (hopefully not) will come across this exact situation. But stranger things have happened.
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