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How to setup email forwarding for the whole domain on exchange 2003

We are trialing Google Apps and we are trying to setup dual delivery where the legacy exchange 2003 server receives all emails for all our users and makes them available to users via Outlook in the usual way.

The exchange server also forwards emails onto a sub-domain with the same relevant user.

e.g all emails sent to user@domain.com are also forwarded onto user@subdomain.domain.com.

I understand that there is a way of doing this for each user individually but wondered if there was a better way of achieving this for large amounts of users, say 50 plus.

Any advice would be appreciated.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra

Best is to set Forwarding Manually as there is no straight way to do this

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roy_batty

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Thanks for your help.

I suppose as dual delivery is only designed to be used to trial Google Apps with a small subset of users, setting up individual forwarding isn't too much of a problem.

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