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Email to two nicknames of one user

Hi,

I have a user with two nicknames. When sending one email to these two nickname-addresses (2 addresses in recipient-field), the user only gets one email. So Groupwise is merging the two incoming emails to one. How can I persuade the system to leave the two mails seperatly, so in the end the user gets two mails?

Thanks Philipp
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Massimo,

it would be doable, but then I don't have all mails in one place and the proxy-list will become endless...

Philipp
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On 15.03.2018 11:34, verkehrsverbund wrote:
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> Massimo,
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> it would be doable, but then I don't have all mails in one place and the
> proxy-list will become endless...


You could forward them to one place... E.G Project1, Project2, Project3
are all individual ressources, who forward their mail all to "Project"

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verkehrsverbund wrote:

> Maybe I expect to much from Groupwise, but I'm open for any ideas to
> solve our problem...


Hi Philipp,

You have identified a number of potential solutions each with its own
limitations. I have another one...

- Create a shared folder and move all project emails into that folder.
- Create a "find results" folder for each project, perhaps saving them
in the same folder.

Messages should appear as unread until each user reads them so, if a
user manages two projects, the first time he retrieves the message
addressed to Project1 it will be unread but will not be when he
retrieves the same message addressed to Project2. I don't know if that
limitation would be an issue.

What about messages addressed to other projects a particular user is
not interested in? Could he create a rule on his GroupWise account that
marks the email "read"?


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