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How to redirect calendar confirmation email from manager to assistant?

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I have installed Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP 3 with mixed client machines (PC and MAC).

My problem is happening in standard scenario when an administrative assistant are managing the calendar of a manager. Assistant creates a new meeting directly in manager's calendar with option Request Responses checked.
When Attender accepts meeting, manager is receiving a confirmation email: Name Surname has accepted this meeting.

Is there any chance I can force that this email is receiving Assistant instead of Manager?

Thanks in advance
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Create a mail rule that would forward those confirmations from the manager mailbox to the assistant.

Aside from that, the solution would be to set up a second email exchange account in the assistants Outlook.
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