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Public account how to forward to more than 1 other account in Exchange Server 2003 RRS feed

  • 問題

  • Have anyone know how to setup a public account that forward the mail to more than 2 or 3 others in EXchange Server 2003?

    Thanks.


    2008年9月4日 上午 04:49

解答

  • Dear customer:

     

    Firstly you should create a mailbox with name “public”. The steps as follow:

     

    1. Open Active Directory Users and Computers on Exchange server, right click a contain such as Users, select new user, input the user name, click next,
    2. Input the password, select “create Exchange mailbox” option, click next, and then click finish.
    3. Wait for a while, and check whether the e-mail address of user is created. Right click the user and select properties, click e-mail address.

     

    Secondly, create a group and enable mailbox feature for it, and add the users that you want to forward e-mail to them into the group. you can do it via the following steps:

     

    1. Open Active Directory Users and Computers on Exchange server, right click a contain such as Users, select new group, input the group name, click next,
    2. Under group scope, select universal, under group type select Distribution, click next.
    3. Select “create an Exchange e-mail address” option, click next, and click finish.
    4. Right click the group, select properties, select member tab, click add, input the name of the users that you want to forward e-mail to them. Click OK.

     

    Thirdly, open Exchange system manager, navigate to global settings-internet message format, and right click the default and select properties, click advanced, select “allow automatic forward” option.

     

    After you create the public mailbox, open Active Directory Users and Computers tool, navigate to the user; right click it, select properties, click Exchange General tab, click Delivery Options, select “forward to” option, and click modify, input the group that you created in the previous steps. Click OK.

     

    Send a test e-mail to the public mailbox and check whether forward feature works.

     

    For more information about how to manage Exchange server, please refer to the fourth chapter in the following article:

    Administration Guide for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=98e45481-1458-4809-97d6-50d8aeebd8a1

     

    Hope it helps. If anything is unclear, please feel free to let me know.

     

    Rock Wang - MSFT

    2008年9月4日 上午 10:47
    版主

所有回覆

  • Can you create a distribution list / email alias to do so?

    Regards,
    Colt
    2008年9月4日 上午 05:02
  • I am sorry>  I am a begainer of Exchange. Could you tell me how to do it. Thanks.


    Raphael
    2008年9月4日 上午 06:16
  • Thaks...Done
    2008年9月4日 上午 08:25
  • Dear customer:

     

    Firstly you should create a mailbox with name “public”. The steps as follow:

     

    1. Open Active Directory Users and Computers on Exchange server, right click a contain such as Users, select new user, input the user name, click next,
    2. Input the password, select “create Exchange mailbox” option, click next, and then click finish.
    3. Wait for a while, and check whether the e-mail address of user is created. Right click the user and select properties, click e-mail address.

     

    Secondly, create a group and enable mailbox feature for it, and add the users that you want to forward e-mail to them into the group. you can do it via the following steps:

     

    1. Open Active Directory Users and Computers on Exchange server, right click a contain such as Users, select new group, input the group name, click next,
    2. Under group scope, select universal, under group type select Distribution, click next.
    3. Select “create an Exchange e-mail address” option, click next, and click finish.
    4. Right click the group, select properties, select member tab, click add, input the name of the users that you want to forward e-mail to them. Click OK.

     

    Thirdly, open Exchange system manager, navigate to global settings-internet message format, and right click the default and select properties, click advanced, select “allow automatic forward” option.

     

    After you create the public mailbox, open Active Directory Users and Computers tool, navigate to the user; right click it, select properties, click Exchange General tab, click Delivery Options, select “forward to” option, and click modify, input the group that you created in the previous steps. Click OK.

     

    Send a test e-mail to the public mailbox and check whether forward feature works.

     

    For more information about how to manage Exchange server, please refer to the fourth chapter in the following article:

    Administration Guide for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=98e45481-1458-4809-97d6-50d8aeebd8a1

     

    Hope it helps. If anything is unclear, please feel free to let me know.

     

    Rock Wang - MSFT

    2008年9月4日 上午 10:47
    版主