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Can I use Office 365 / Gmail / Exchange for Mail Forwarding?

Overview:

This KB explains how to enable mail forwarding for:

  • Office 365 / Exchange
  • Gmail

Time estimate to complete this procedure:

It should only take about ten minutes to complete these processes. This is a rough estimate based on our experience with several customers.

The process described below will do the following:

  • Mail forwarding will be enabled for the selected email service.

 To enable mail forwarding follow the steps below:

Leave the Customize SMTP Settings fields blank.

 

Setting Mailbox Forwarding

 

1. From control panel go to Users > Active users 

2. Click on the Username 

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3. Click on Edit

4. Set auto generate email

5. Click Save

 

Setting Mailbox Forwarding to a Contact

 

Create a Contact:

1. From control panel go to Users > Contact > Create a contact

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2. Set the email address with the Auto-generated email from Atera App > Admin > Email Settings

Set Forwarding:

3. From control panel go to Users > Active users 

4. Click on the Username

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5. Click Edit Exchange Properties

6. Click on Mailbox features > Mail Flow > View Details

7. Click on Browse and choose the contact name 

(i) It is recommended to tick the option “Deliver message to both forwarding address and mailbox”.

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8. Click OK
Setting Forwarding to a Contact Via Distribution Group

Create a Distribution Group:

1. From the Control Panel go to Groups > Groups > Add a Group

Ensure “Distribution Group” is selected.

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2. Add members to the group. The member should be the contact name that you previously created.

3. Click Save

4. Send a new email to the primary support address you have in Atera > Admin > Email settings

Gmail
Enable forwarding by navigating to Settings > Forwarding and POP/IMAP
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