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My organization has several different companies with several domains and we're using Exchange 2007 to handle all the emails. One of my colleagues has several different email accounts which he accesses through Outlook. Let's suppose his email address are:,, etc

I want to forward email from to but leave all his other email accounts intact. Also, I don't want to remove or delete any history from Outlook for any emails he received on I'm using Exchange 2007 and Windows Server 2003. Thanks, in advance, for your help!

Sincerely, Charles

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If is another Exchange account, then you can just change the SMTP address space from the "david@" account ( to be included in the "someone@" account's SMTP address space.

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Thanks! I tried that but it didn't work. – Charles Oct 7 '10 at 19:02
How many Exchange servers are "in play" here and are they in separate domain/management spaces? You might check the Outlook configuration as needed to assist in that determination - the hint will be a single server service provider vs. multiples within the profile(s). – user48838 Oct 7 '10 at 19:40

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