Can you configure Exchange to route all mail from one address to a specific mailbox

I have a client who wants all email from one individual to be routed to her mailbox regardless of who in her organization the mail is addressed to.  

If Exchange does not have this functionality, is it possible to route a copy of all mail from one address to her mailbox?
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Marwan OsmanCommented:
yes you can via transport rule, please send the exchange version you have
nashim khanExchange AdministratorCommented:

Please check the below link, and the below link is for exchange 2003 only.
NormOlson1966Author Commented:
My Exchange version is 2007.  

Just to clarify the question, I am trying to forward a copy of every email from a particular external sender - not in any way part of our organization - so that every time an email comes in from that external person, it goes to both the recipient to whom it is addressed AND a copy goes to another mailbox.

I realize this could be done by creating a rule at every Outlook client, but is there a way to do it at the server level without having to touch every desktop?
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Marwan OsmanCommented:
OK suppose you want to forward all emails sent from to the original recipients and to, let we start:

1- Open exchange 2007 Exchange Management Console
2-Under Recipient Configuration, select then right click Mail Contact and select New Mail Contact to create a contact where the external e-mail address is:

3- a- Under Organization Configuration: select and Right click Hub Transport and select New Transport rule
    b- Name It and keep the checked in the check box for enable Rule and click Next
    c- in the conditions select from people, in the Apply rule to messages from people click peopleAdd
    d- in the search box type the name of the contact you created or and click find, click ok, click next
    e- in the Actions select copy the message to addresses, click the blue word addressesAdd
    f- in the search box type the name of and click find, click oknext > new > finish

thank you.

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NormOlson1966Author Commented:
Thanks for the solution.  The walk thru was easy  to follow and it completely solved my issue.  Sorry about the delay in "accepting solution"; this is my first time submitting a question on Experts Exchange.
Marwan OsmanCommented:
You are welcome
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