Exchange 2010 Transport Rule to forward all external mail ONLY to a centralised Mailbox?

Just wondering if anyone has a guide how to do easily accomplish setting up a rule like this if it's even possible?

Currently we have all 5 users mail going to themselves as well as forwarding to one central mailbox.
It's so they can login at weekends and check all external mail for orders etc and don't want to miss email orders for when users are out of the office etc.

But they have asked that they only need to see all external email ideally.
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Joseph DalyCommented:
Yes this is pretty easy to accomplish. You can use the "From users that are inside or outside of the organization" and then "copy the message to addressees" and send it to another mailbox.

On your exchange management console
Organization config > Hub Transport > Transport Rules

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