So why would you do this?
You may need to send an email to a group of internal and external recipients on a regular basis.
Take this scenario for example.
You are the IT person for a small company. The company has a number of silent partners. They are not involved in the daily operations of the company. But they do need regular notifications on the company financials.
As a result, they do not have an email address with the company. Instead, they wish to receive all communication to an external address. That of their investment firm.
You already have a distribution list for your active partners. So how do you add these external addresses?
Simple. You create Mail Contacts.
In this article, we will explore how to do this for both Exchange 2010 and 2013. Let’s tackle 2013 first.[Read more…] about Add External Email Address to a Distribution List