Configure a forwarding address in Exchange shell:
[PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-Mailbox "User_Name" | fl ForwardingSMTPAddress,DeliverToMailboxandForward ForwardingSmtpAddress : smtp:firstname.lastname@example.org DeliverToMailboxAndForward : True
specifies that email is delivered both to the users’ mailbox and the SMTP address.
You need to create a contact to use the SMTP address.
Oddly enough – when I set this – the
showed the forwarding address.
But going back to it some days later, the forwarding address was no longer shown – however it is shown in the ‘GUI’.
I am finding many inconsistencies like this with Exchange 2013.
Hide a mailbox from the address book (despite checking it in the ‘gui’ it doesn’t work).
Set-Mailbox -Identity "User Name" -HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled $true
Setup a moderated public folder, with more than one moderator (you can’t add groups).
Set-MailPublicFolder "IT-Helpdesk" -ModerationEnabled $True -ModeratedBy "User One, User Two, User Three"
Update the address book:
Get-AddressList | update-AddressList
Update the Offline Address Book:
Get-OfflineAddressBook | Update-OfflineAddressBook