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  • 問題

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    Dear Sir/ Madam,

     

    I had Windows server 2003 /w SP1 install Exchange server 2003 /w SP2. The client side is Outlook 2007. Can I use Exchange 2003 Webmail create rules to do auto forward to other third party email account? If yes, I need setup anything or not to do it. But I can auto forward mail to other internal account when create rules after.

     

    Thanks a lot.

     

    Edmond.

    2008年7月3日 上午 06:51

解答

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    Dear customer:

     

    Firstly, you should enable auto-forwarding on global Settings, you can refer to the following steps:

     

    a. Start System Manager.

    b. Double-click Global Settings, and then click Internet Message Formats.

     

    Depending on your configuration, there may be one or more Internet Message Format objects.

     

    c. In the detail pane, right-click the Default object, and then click Properties on the shortcut menu.

    d. Click the Advanced tab, and then click to select the Allow Automatic Forward check box.

    e. Click OK.

     

    Secondly, create contact for external user, follow these steps:

     

    a. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers.

    b. Create a contact with an e-mail address that you want to forward mail to. For more information about how to create contacts, click Help Topics on the Help menu, and then type create a mail-enabled contact.

     

    Thirdly, create forward rule in OWA, and check the effect.

     

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

     

    Rock Wang - MSFT

    2008年7月3日 上午 07:54
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所有回覆

  • Hi Edmond,

     

    Yes you may, but before you create, modify or delete rules from OWA, all previous rules disabled by Outlook are required to be deleted.

     

    Cheers

     

    Leo

    2008年7月3日 上午 07:44
  •  

    Dear customer:

     

    Firstly, you should enable auto-forwarding on global Settings, you can refer to the following steps:

     

    a. Start System Manager.

    b. Double-click Global Settings, and then click Internet Message Formats.

     

    Depending on your configuration, there may be one or more Internet Message Format objects.

     

    c. In the detail pane, right-click the Default object, and then click Properties on the shortcut menu.

    d. Click the Advanced tab, and then click to select the Allow Automatic Forward check box.

    e. Click OK.

     

    Secondly, create contact for external user, follow these steps:

     

    a. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers.

    b. Create a contact with an e-mail address that you want to forward mail to. For more information about how to create contacts, click Help Topics on the Help menu, and then type create a mail-enabled contact.

     

    Thirdly, create forward rule in OWA, and check the effect.

     

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

     

    Rock Wang - MSFT

    2008年7月3日 上午 07:54
    版主
  • Oh yes, I've done that already but have forgotten about it.

     

    2008年7月3日 上午 08:05
  • Dear Mr Wang,

     

    I just to do click  Allow Automatic Forward is ok.

     

    Thanks a lot.

     

    Edmond.

    2008年7月4日 上午 03:43
  • Dear Rock,

    I would like to know that, if I create another object in Internet Message Format, abc.com instead of default object,
    is it available to use different setting to different domain,  such as one allow auto forward mail (abc.com), one disallow auto forward mail (default)
    I just test the function, seem the system only apply by default.

    Thanks,
    KH Choi
    2010年1月21日 上午 05:01