Does the delivery have to be set by the server, or can the people
manage that. The reason I ask, is that I have the same kind of
situation here. I want to have an address that multiple people will
read and reply to... Bascially a webmaster address... I we aren't
using exchange yet, but it will be up soon. Anyway, this is what I
plan to do...
I would have a webmaster mail account that people can mail to. In the
permissions of the webmaster account, I include the people that can
read and send as webmaster.
In the profile of the people that are the webmasters, I will add the
webmaster mailbox under their exchange server properties to open it
when they have their mail open.
This way it's not a group where everyone gets it, and the sender may
get multiple replys. Also it's a mailbox, and you can send as.
>Does anyone know how I can accomplish the following:
>I recently designed a lan for someone that includes Exchange server 5.5
>and Outlook 97 as the mail client( have 24 x 7 ISDN connection to ISP).
>I am designing a cgi (mail) script for the web site that will allow the
>customer to input data then send it to the exchange server on the
>clients lan. The part I need assistance with is this. How do I set
>exchange up so that when someone from the web site sends the company an
>email, this email will get generated on a desktop randomly IE: message 1
>to salesperson A, message B to salesperson 2, and so on until we arrive
>at Salesperson A again.
>Can I set exchange to do this, or is this a function the cgio script
>Any input is greatly appreciated.