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Language: Microsoft Exchange
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 17, 2000

Redirecting E-Mail

Question:
How can I redirect mail sent to a particular mailbox to an external address?

Answer:
Outlook 2000 has the ability, in the Rules Wizard, to redirect mail. You'll find it under the allowable actions when you create a new rule to check incoming messages.

Another option would be to create a Custom Recipient for the external address, then configure that Custom Recipient as an Alternate Recipient for the mailbox in question. That's in the Exchange Administrator -> Mailbox Properties (for the mailbox you want to redirect) -> Delivery Options.

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