SBS 2003 Prem w/Exchange - forward all email for domain email acct to external email acct

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    RickD Guest

    I am a consultant and have installed SBS2K3 Premium at several clients.

    At each client I have create a user profile for myself including an email
    mailbox.

    I would like each of these SBS domain based email accounts to forward all
    received email to my own buness email account>

    Can someone provide a KB link of detailled instructions as to how to
    accomplish this?

    TIA

    RickD
     
    RickD, Mar 6, 2008
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    Henrik Guest

    Create a Contact at each domain wich you configure with your own business
    email adress.
     
    Henrik, Mar 6, 2008
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    RickD Guest

    Thanks Henrik,

    This is not exactly what I had in mind.

    I want the email to automatically send all
    received email to an external(outside the domain) email address.

    Thanks

    RickD
     
    RickD, Mar 6, 2008
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  4. Note: None of this needs Outlook installed on the server.

    As Jim suggests, 'mail enabled contact' is the type of AD Object you need to
    create with your email address. This _can_ then be hidden from the GAL but I
    _think_ you 1st have to go into the 'AD user' you created and select to
    forward before you hide from the GAL.

    Unless you actually intend using the 'AD User' account you don't actually
    need it, the smart contact with mail alias 'consultant' and your external
    email address also gets . (AFAICR)

    Thank you Cris,

    I access the domain remotely via RDP and naturally do not have Outlook
    loaded on the SBS server....what I have done is create a user that is not
    visible in the exchange address list and set the smtp email address to


    I then went to user profile rdilley and set to
    forward to .

    I am not receiving the emails that I have tested with...

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    RickD

    message You then go into your own AD Properties on their domain and go to the
    delivery options tab and tell it to forward all mail to the contact you
    created.



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    Thanks Henrik,

    This is not exactly what I had in mind.

    I want the email to automatically send all
    received email to an external(outside the domain) email address.

    Thanks

    RickD
     
    SuperGumby [SBS MVP], Mar 7, 2008
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