Rule for sending email to another mailbox when new mail arrives?


Hi,

Some of our staff have 2 mailboxes setup as 2 Outlook profiles.

I'm trying to setup a rule or a way of mailbox2 sending an email to mailbox1 when a new message arrives in mailbox2.

The reason being is that they don't check mailbox2 all the time and when mail arrives it is important they know about it straight away.

We are not allowed to setup additional mailboxes because of security compliance for this 2nd mailbox (its part of a secure network).

The only rule I can get is "Have the server reply" but this also sends an email to the sender which I don't want because of loops etc.

Any help appreciated!

Regards


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I have seen a little utility on a UNIX system called LEDmail that blinks the
scroll-lock LED when new mail arrives.

Can Outlook be configured to do this? Is there an add-on that does this? I
have seen an entire email application that does, but it is unnecessary
overkill in this case!

Often when I am busy in the office I leave my PC for long periods and check
it every now and then to for new messages. This requires waiting for the PC
to spin up from sleep, enter password, etc. It would save me a little bit of
hassle each day to just be able to glance at the PC and if an LED is blinking
to check my email.

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In Outlook 2007 I have created a sub folder mail box, where new mail gets
directed there by a rule, but the sub folder does not automatically open when
new mail arrives. How do I set the folder to automatically open?




I recently upgraded to Outlook 2002 from the previous version. The old
version would open a closed sub-folder when new mail arrived, alerting me to
that fact. This version does not. Is there a setting somewhere I can change
to regain that functionality.
TIA




in advanced e-mail options, when new mails arrive in my inbox all options are
hiden, please give me suggestions how can i unhide that options, i am unable
to check that options due to hidden.




Hi I would like to run a script when new mails arrives that does the
following:

Reads the subject line and calls a vbs script passing it the variables
that can in the subject.

E.g. Say the subject was: Outlook is cool

The script should call my vbs script passing it three parameters.
myscript.vbs %var1% %var2% %var3%

whe
var1 = Outlook
var2 = is
var 3 = cool

Any assistance would greatly be appreciated.

Shaun




suddenly after power failure, my exchange 2003 in windows 2003 server with
active directory (single server in this location) could not deliver messages
to local mailboxes even when sending email to itself. any idea why? thanks
for your feedback





I setup our first Exchange 2010 server with several test mailboxes.  Tested all connection protocals and there is a weird problem about ActiveSync.

Using the same account to perform the tests,

 - When logging on through Outlook and OWA (from the Internet)
I can receive from and send emails to any External / Internal address.

- When logging on through ActiveSync, on iPhone and Andriod

- I can receive emails sent from anywhere
- I can send email to an external Internet address, it was delivered.
- I can send email to another corp account which is homed on the same server.
- When sending email to a corp account which was under Ex2007 / Ex2003 server, the mail got returned. The NDR doesn't really tell me anything...  However, sending emails from the same sender account to the same recepient accounts worked perfectly under Outlook and OWA sessions.

Below is the NDR when sending from user@ourdomain.com (home server: EX2010.comp.local) to helpdesk@ourdomain.com (home server: EX2007.comp.local)

************************************************
Diagnostic information for administrators:

Generating server: mx2.ourdomain.com

HelpDesk@ourdomain.com
#< #5.1.0> #SMTP#

Original message headers:

X-env-from-ip: 192.168.40.10

 

X-env-to: HelpDesk@ourdomain.com

 

X-svr-date: mx2, 10/27/2010 14:03:04 PDT -7

 

X-env-from: user@ourdomain.com

 

Content-Class: urn:content-classes:message

 

Importance: normal

 

Priority: normal

 

X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.3790.4721

 

Received: from EX2007.comp.local ([192.168.40.10]) by mx2.ourdomain.com

 

 with Microsoft SMTPSVC(6.0.3790.4675); Wed, 27 Oct 2010 14:03:04 -0700

 

Received: from EX2010.comp.local (192.168.10.22) by EX2007.comp.local

 

 (192.168.40.10) with Microsoft SMTP Server (TLS) id 8.3.83.0; Wed, 27 Oct 2010

 

 14:03:04 -0700

 

Received: from EX2010.comp.local ([::1]) by EX2010.comp.local ([::1]) with

 

 mapi; Wed, 27 Oct 2010 14:03:03 -0700

 

 

Content-Type: application/ms-tnef; name="winmail.dat"

 

Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

 

From:

 

To: Help Desk

 

Subject: Test ActiveSync Exchange 2010

 

Thread-Topic: Test ActiveSync Exchange 2010

 

thread-index: Act2Glfp+DzV/54LTOaMh2f+czPYEw==

 

Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 14:03:40 -0700

 

Message-ID:

 

Accept-Language: en-US

 

Content-Language: en-US

 

X-MS-Has-Attach:

 

X-MS-TNEF-Correlator:

 

MIME-Version: 1.0

 

Return-Path:

 

 

X-OriginalArrivalTime: 27 Oct 2010 21:03:04.0520 (UTC) FILETIME=[59094C80:01CB761A]

 




Hi,

I am using Outlook 2003 + Exchange 2003. Is it possible to move emails from
a specific email address to another mailbox?

regards, Pl3




Hiys all. I got a "small" problem here. I got a 5.5 server and I got a 2003
server. They are connected by a ADC. From a 2003 mailbox, I can send emails
to the 5.5 mailboxes through smtp. BUT 5.5 users cant send emails to 2003
mailboxes, they will get undeliverable errors.. What did I do wrong? It
appears that Exhcnage 5.5 has no clue that my 2003 server exist. Did I do my
setup wrong? I chose a new Exchange 2003 installation and then set up the
ADC. In AD, I see all my 5.5 users etc......

Thanks in advance for your replys




Hi,
This maybe basic but its driving me nuts.. (sorry)
SBS 2008 / Exch 2007
1 Single pop connector (external ISP domain) where our email goes to
then Exch 2007 (via pop3 connector) requests the email.
Email comes into exchange 2007 but either goes to one account
as a catch all to manually distribute or to the 'All Users' via the
drop down list (in the pop connector).

Question:
I have 10 users all needing there own emails being delivered to their
own mailboxes (all 2003 Outlook Clients on XP boxes).

What do I need to do to distribute the email to their mailboxes
when an email arrives for a single user and no one else ?

Please help.

Regards

Matt




Hi,
This maybe basic but its driving me nuts.. (sorry)
SBS 2008 / Exch 2007
1 Single pop connector (external ISP domain) where our email goes to
then Exch 2007 (via pop3 connector) requests the email.
Email comes into exchange 2007 but either goes to one account
as a catch all to manually distribute or to the 'All Users' via the
drop down list (in the pop connector).

Question:
I have 10 users all needing there own emails being delivered to their
own mailboxes (all 2003 Outlook Clients on XP boxes).

What do I need to do to distribute the email to their mailboxes
when an email arrives for a single user and no one else ?

Please help.

Regards

Matt




Hello,

Is it possible to prevent user A from sending emails to user B using Exchange 2003?

Currently I can go to user B properties>exchange general>delivery restrictions and change the "accept message" options. However, I am wondering if it can be done from User A properties using Exchange or an add on tool.

If this is not possible can I created a group and add xx # of users to it...next go to user B properties>exchange general>delivery restrictions and select options "from everyone accept" and add the distribution group.

Thanks,
B




I setup an Exchange 2003 Server recently. Everything is working well
except for sending emails to hotmail.

Every outgoing emails to hotmail account alway stay in the queue.
After a period of time, senders will get an NDR message like this:

Maurice Sweeney (E-mail) on 05/01/2005 12:35 PM
You do not have permission to send to this recipient. For
assistance, contact your system administrator.

This is very odd because users can send and receive emails to/from any
other domains (such as Yahoo.com). I also used nslookup command to
check the DNS resolving of hotmail.com, it did resovle it.

I'm wondering if there is any places in SMTP connectors, SMTP virtual
server, and recipients policy need to be check to fix this problem.

It will be highly appreciated if anyone could help on this!

Richard




I have a problem with Outlook 2003.
I can send emails to individuals OK.
When I try to send an email to multiple recipients in the TO section the
emails tend to fail. They get moved to the sent items folder but never
reappear at the ere intended destination.
However if i copy all the recipients into the CC section and my own address
or a single address in the TO section the mails seem to go OK.
Any ideas/ suggestions?
Is this an Outlook problem or an ISP issue?
Its driving me nuts cause people are not getting emails that they should be
getting.
Cheers




In OL 2007 I've changed my font for sending msgs and it works fine for
sending emails to individuals. However, when I email my Yahoo Group, the
font changes to TNR and I lose all my formatting. Never had this problem
with OL 2003.




There used to be an easy keystroke command for sending email to a selected
contact within Contacts.
In Outlook 2007, the help list says the following:

Create a new message addressed to selected contact. CTRL+F

However, selecting a contact and hitting CTRL+F generates an email with the
contact's v-card as an attachment.

1. What is the right command for creating a new message addressed to the
selecte contact, and
2. Why does the Help menu appear to be wrong?

--
Charlie G.




I'm trying to setup an automatic mail forwarder that will, when new mail
arrives in a general mailbox, forward it onto one of three internal mailboxes.
Please advise the best approach for this question.
Many thanks,




I'm trying to setup an automatic mail forwarder that will, when new mail
arrives in a general mailbox, forward it onto one of three internal mailboxes.
Please advise the best approach for this question.
Many thanks,





good day to all, im kind of new to ms exchange server and i would like to know how will i send emails to another domain or to the internet. what and where would i setup this configurations.

im using ms exchange 2010 and im pretty much noob here

 

any help would be much appreciated