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    Daniel Mare commented  · 

    This happens in OWA when viewing shared mailbox as a shared folder. One can work around the problem by opening the shared folder separately in its own tab/window. It is problematic, however, having to keep 10 separate tabs open if one has access to 9 shared mailboxes in addition to primary.

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    Daniel Mare commented  · 

    Actually I think this happens in Outlook desktop, but not in Outlook Web Access

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    Daniel Mare commented  · 

    I have turned off the alert.

    I don't want to know when bob@mycompany.com forwards emails to pete@mycompany.com. We were getting tons of these alerts.

    I DO, however want to know when they forward email to another domain, e.g. we had an incident of a compromised account and redirect to a @yahoo.com email address being configured.
    Unfortunately, because I turned it off, I did not get the alert, but I am not turning it on, because we are simply not resourced to follow up each of the intra-company redirect alerts when 99% are legitimate ones to colleagues.

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