Please note that these instructions only apply to those who have not yet upgraded to AFS 2.0. Click here for the AFS 2.0 guide.
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This guide is intended for shops using ecommerce systems that do not support sending extra copies of order confirmations, but do send a copy of a new order confirmation to your mailbox.
Microsoft Outlook / Exchange
- Make a new contact and name it: Trustpilot Feedback System
- Give it your unique Trustpilot e-mail address:
Make a forwarding rule for new order confirmations
- Open an order confirmation email sent from the online shop and click on Create Rule
- Click Advanced Options
- Select the first 3 options Note: if the subject varies, i.e. if it contains an order number, then modify the subject rule by clicking it:
- Click - Next
- Select forward it to people or distribution list
- Click on people or distribution list and choose the contact Trustpilot Feedback System.
- Click Finish.
By default the Exchange Server do not allow autoforwarding rules. From Microsoft:
"If you are using a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010/2013 account, by default, you can’t use rules to forward messages to email addresses outside your organization. This setting helps prevent confidential and private organizational information from being disclosed. This setting can only be changed by an Exchange administrator."
Change the Allow automatic forward option on the server side in order to make the forward rule work.
This is done in ESM, expand Global Settings, locate Internet Message Formats, in the right panel, right click the Item, click Properties, in the Advanced tab, check the option.
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