I should preface this question with: I have already warned management in the strongest possible terms how bad of an idea this is. That said, I still have to get this job done.
- Server 2003 with a functional 2000 domain level
- Exhcnage 2003
- Outlook 2007
I've been asked to set up a forward to an outside email address for every email sent to a specific set of users. I know I could go to each user and use the Rules functions in the Outlook client to accomplish that but if at all possible I'd like to administer that from a central point. Do I have the ability to use AD or the exchange management UI to get this job done? Maybe GPO to control the client?
Since I know someone will suggest the obvious "Why not allow connectivity back to the email server via POP or IMAP." I've already been told that as a matter of policy that isn't an option.