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Please anyone help we have SBS2008 and our domain mail all working correctly.
We are adding a new company name and created a new email domain.

We wish to carry on sending and receiving mail in the old domain and also  we wish to send an receive in the new domain.

I know I can setup an Outlook account for the new domain using pop3 and send and receive that way, but that means all mail for that account will be in the .pst file on the users PC and will not get backed up as part of the Exchange mail backup.

The question is it possible to send and receive in the name of this pop3 account and have all the mail as part of the Exchange Server backup files?
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Use an Outlook rule, start with a blank rule, "check message after sending", then use when using specific account (select POP3 account), then move a copy of the item to Exchange Sent items folder. It's essentially a copy, as there's no real move item command available, like the one you have when you start a blank "incoming" rule.
So follow the same steps, but for blank rule for incoming, but this time, there's an option to move the item.
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Thanks for that -  why are the best solutions always so stupidly obvious and simple!!
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