The below example from Kevin Retting works well, my only concern is that in Outlook the original eamil gets forwarded to the gmail account, but we want to retain the message in Outlook forward a copy to Gmail.
I have written some VBA script to do this *bypass the server's disabling of auto-forward". Am I allowed to post Basically it here given that mimics the user forwarding the email rather than the server doing an auto-forward.
It's pretty simple:
Sub AutoForwardAllSentItems(Item As Outlook.MailItem) Dim strMsg As String Dim myFwd As Outlook.MailItem Set myFwd = Item.Forward myFwd.Recipients.Add "email@example.com" myFwd.Send Set myFwd = Nothing End Sub
It's beyond the scope of this isn't post to give detailed instructions, but here's a programming message board?summary:
Add the above code in the Visual Basic editor of Outlook (Alt-F11 should get your started). Be sure to change firstname.lastname@example.org to the address where you want the mail to go
Tell Outlook to run this code for each inbound message (Tools -> Rules and Alerts -> New Rule -> Check Messages when they arrive -> Next -> YES -> Checkbox "Run a Script" -> Then select the script you just created.
Now Outlook should automatically forward each email you receive, but it won't be blocked by the Admin as an "Auto-forward".```