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Filter incoming mail address and send it to specified mailboxes

Hello All,

We want to filter 1 incoming mail address on a exchange 2010 server and send this mail to specified mailboxes.
Is this possible?
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MartinHolkamp
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
sounds like you are looking to create a transport rule. Something like for all incoming messages from address forward to address. your description of what you are wanting is a little confusing but this is the only way to change an incoming message.

here is some info on transport rules:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa995961%28v=exchg.141%29.aspx

how to create them:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124737%28v=exchg.141%29.aspx
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MartinHolkampAuthor Commented:
We want e-mail address x@y.com to be send to a@company.com and b@company.com and THE rest to THE normal addresses.
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
Yes that would be a transport rule. So it would be setup like messages from x@y.com bcc or cc a@company.com and b@company.com. This will send the message to all the normal users who are on the to field and will also copy the message to the other two email accounts. If you don't want the original user to see the that the message was sent to the two new users then use the bcc.
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MartinHolkampAuthor Commented:
Oke.
I'm going to try this.
Keep you posted.
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MartinHolkampAuthor Commented:
YES!!
It worked.
Thanks!!
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MartinHolkampAuthor Commented:
We want e-mail address x@y.com to be send to a@company.com and b@company.com and THE rest to THE normal addresses.
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