- Exchange Server 2007 64-bit (by definition!), using Mailboxes (no PSTs), the previous server ran Exchange Server 2003 (32-bit);
- clients on XP Pro using Outlook 2003 (converted very recently from Outlook 2002/XP)
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Apply this rule after the message arrives sent to <user's internal email address> and received <after 23 January 2010> forward it to <external email address> except if from <external email address> or except if it is an Out of Office message
It's possible to cause ALL incoming emails for the user to be sent to the external email address for that user by setting up a Mail Contact in Exchange Server Manager, and then the Delivery Options in the Mailbox's Mail Flow features, but that's far too inflexible, and requires me to go into ESM to turn it on and off.
This sort of transfer rule worked trivially in Outlook 2002/XP, and I'd like to do the same in Outlook 2003.
Any brite ideas, anyone? Thanks!