Jeep129 13:13 11 Sep 2003
  mark500 13:23 11 Sep 2003
  Taff36 13:36 11 Sep 2003

Are you trying to receive a mail and then automatically forward it to another e-mail address? e.g. copy all e-mails received by you at work to your home e-mail address.

  Taff36 14:18 11 Sep 2003

By e-mail: Basically, yes. My MD has an standard e-mail account at work, but now he is living in cornwall, we wish to 'bounce' it automatically to his BT address.

In Outlook Express from the Menu Bar select TOOLS>MESSAGE RULES>MAIL and a "NEW MAIL RULE" dialog box appears. In box 1 (Select conditions) tick the box that says "Where the to line contains people". In box 2 (Select Actions) tick "Forward it to people".
In box 3 (Rule description) click on the blue underlined words "contains people" and type in the first part of your bosses e-mail address - basically everything before @. Then click on the "people" in the second line and type in the forwarding e-mail address. Type a name for the rule in box 4 (Boss Forwarding?)

Just remember that his computer and Outlook Express e-mail account must be active and regularly checking mail at the office for this to work.(TOOLS>OPTIONS>GENERAL TAB "Check for messages every .....)

Hope this helps

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