If the forwarding is for a short period of time, then have the user create an Out Of Office rule himself.
If the forwarding is for an intermediate period of time, or is somewhat intermittent, have the user create an Out Of Office rule or an Inbox Assistant rule.
If the forwarding is for an intermediate or long period of time, but the user will eventually be returning to use the mailbox again later, then use Exchange Administrator to create a custom recipient and specify it as an alternate recipient on the users mailbox.
If the forwarding is permanent, then don’t make a mailbox at all and just create a custom recipient whose E-Mail Address (in the General tab) is the external e-mail address, and the internal e-mail address is a proxy in the E-Mail Addresses tab.
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