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    Exchange mail forwarding + 2 mail boxes on outlook

    Hi, on our setup it is configured so if anyone sends an e-mail to a personal of an administrator it goes right to the administrator mailbox. How do I change this just for one account please? I am not sure what I am looking for.

    Also how do i open another users folder so i can see 2 mail boxes on one outlook permanently please? So i will have my own personal inbox than a shred one, all in outlook. Does that make sense?

    We are running exchange 2003.

    Thanks
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    Found them, thanks anyway.

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    Care to share with us, im sure it will be useful in the future?

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    only joking. to add another mail box do the following:

    tools > options > mail setup tab > email accounts > data files tabs > settings > then advanced tab.

    To forward an address go into the properties of an account in AD then exchange general.

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    Thats more like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester View Post
    Hi, on our setup it is configured so if anyone sends an e-mail to a personal of an administrator it goes right to the administrator mailbox. How do I change this just for one account please? I am not sure what I am looking for.
    That didn't make sense to me. What do you mean by personal of an administrator?

    I know you've solved it but I'm just trying to get my head around exactly what it was that you were asking.

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    it should say "the personal account of an administrator"

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    It makes sense now! Thanks.

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