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Exchange 2013: Auto forwarder rule on mail enabled public folder

Posted on 2014-12-01
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Hi!

We want to automatically forward mails which are sent to a mail enabled public folder to an internal mailbox.

We have a mail enabled public folder which already receives incoming mails from the internet. This works.
The public folder is configured with "send as"-permissions, so I can send outgoing emails with the sender address of this public folder to the internet. This also works.
I have owner- and send-as-permissions on this public folder and I configured a rule (using Outlook folder assistant) on this public folder (forward all incoming mails to my internal mail account). This doesn't work - mails never arrive in my account.

What could be the reason for this?

Thanks and best regards!
Chris
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by:valmatic
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Have a look in the Exchange Management Console, in the Hub Transport Server - Organization Configuration.

Automatic Forward - may be disabled. If you enable that setting, it should allow you to auto-forward emails.
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by:mbwjk
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Thanks.

Is it
Exchange Management Console
Organization Configuration
Hub-Transport
Remote domains
Standard (*) / Properties / message format
where I have to do this setting?

Best regards
Chris
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let me double check
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Yes that looks correct.
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