Multiple recipients for one email address sbs 2011

In my company every user has their unique email address, and then we have a main email address that we use on our webpage and other publications.
When people sends to this email I would like to get it delivered to all users on the domain (four users).

I have tried adding the email address under "Email addresses in
EMC -> Recipient Configuration -> Mailbox -> all users

But it doesn't seem to do the trick.

Can anyone help me out?
Rene ChristensenVirksomhedsejerAsked:
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
How about putting them in a distribution group, and assigning the email address to the group?
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Chris MillardCommented:
Create a new distribution group. Assign the email address to that group, and finally, add all relevant domain users as members of that group.
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peeaCommented:
You may use Public Folder to do it, associate the folder with an email address and ask the related people to subscribe the folder.
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Rene ChristensenVirksomhedsejerAuthor Commented:
It doesn't work.
When sending to the assigned email the sender gets this errormail in reply:

said: 550 5.1.1 User
    unknown (in reply to RCPT TO command)
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
Which of the above suggestions did you try, the distribution group, or the public folder?
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Rene ChristensenVirksomhedsejerAuthor Commented:
Before adding this question I placed my email address under "Email addresses" under "All User" under Mailbox.

Following your suggestion I created a new "Distribution Group" under "Distribution Group"
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Chris MillardCommented:
When you say the sender gets 550 5.1.1 User Unknown, is the sender internal to your organisation or external?

Also, does your inbound email go through any external filtering service such as EPA?
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Rene ChristensenVirksomhedsejerAuthor Commented:
I send from an external address.

Sending directly to one of my users emails gets delivered almost instantly, but it seems like I need to tell my server what to do when an email is sent to our main address that is not bound up on any specific user.
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Chris MillardCommented:
And you have assigned the email address to the distribution group?

Also, how does email come in to your domain? Does it come in directly using SMTP, or do you collect it from POP3?
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Rene ChristensenVirksomhedsejerAuthor Commented:
In the "E-Mail Adresses" tab in properties for the group I created I have put in my main email address.

I point emails directly to my server via mx records.
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Chris MillardCommented:
You need to create the group within "Exchange Management Console" - not Active Directory Users and Computers

Then, whilst still in EMC, double click on the Distribution group you have just created, and then choose the "Mail Flow Settings" tab.

Highlight "Message Delivery Restrictions" then click on the properties button.

Remove the tick from "Require that all senders are authenticated" checkbox, and then test again.
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Rene ChristensenVirksomhedsejerAuthor Commented:
Removing the tick did the trick. Awesome!

Thanks :-)
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