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I'm trying to archive messages sent to a group address to a public folder.

I've set things up like this:

group<_a.t_> - group to which messages are sent
alias<_a.t_> - alias set to save messages to public folder
user_arch<_a.t_> - user as member of group that forwards messages to alias

So, the flow is something like this:

Message is sent to group<_a.t_>
Message is sent to all group members
Message, when sent to user_arch<_a.t_> is forwarded to alias<_a.t_>
Message is filed in public folder from alias<_a.t_> address.

Can I do this any better?

Ideally I'd like to dump the user_arch address, but can't seem to find a way to add the alias directly to the group through the admin interface.

Or should I setup two alias entries with the current group email address and forward one to the public folder and the other to the group (with a new email address)? This idea came from this thread: http:// 6634023c1ee0a20a9ea396b6#msg_61899


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