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transfert a mail to Two Persons in the Organisation in Exchange 2013

Posted on 2014-04-15
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How do you transfer a mail to two persons in Exchange 2013

There is a difference with Exchange 2010 , I dont see the option where you can leave the mail on the original mailbox

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Question by:gazambey
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by:Tony Giangreco
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One way to do it is to log into Outlook client and create two PST files - One for each person.

Copy or Move the email to the appropriate pst file. Add permissions so the new personnel can open them.

Log into the two accounts, open Outlook and open the PST files.
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by:gazambey
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Hum Please

I want the manip from the Exchange ECP console please
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Cannot be done from ECP, you have to use Shell:

Set-Mailbox -Identity "source" -DeliverToMailboxAndForward $true -ForwardingSMTPAddress target@example.com

Simon.
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by:gazambey
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Ok can I specify More than one person in the ForwardingSMTPadress parameter ?
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 210 total points
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If you want to forward to more than one person then you need to create a group with those people listed, just as you had to in the past with older versions of Exchange.
Then enter the group's SMTP address as the forwardingsmtpaddress parameter.

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by:gazambey
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Ok noted  But It seems strange for me that it is not possible from the Console

Are you 100 percent sure ?

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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Which build of Exchange 2013 are you on?

I have just checked my SP1 installation and the option is there. Looking at my notes on the process it seems I didn't update them, as it looks like my notes are from either RTM or CU1.

You still have to use the group method though if you want to forward to two or more users.

Simon.
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