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client is shutting down ms exchange and going out of biz. wonder if there is a way , WITH exchange server down , to forward a couple emails to say a gmail or other account? or is that just wishful thinking..?
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it is on a 2008 sbs service pack 2 exchange service pack 2
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that is exchange 2007 service pack 2
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Check with whoever hosts the domain name. They may have an option to setup forwarding by setting the MX records to their server and doing it through their system.

Another option would be to use the custom domain option of Outlook.com.
http://www.domains.live.com/

Simon.
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not really what i was looking for , but good as answer as i got...it was only one....thanks
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