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I have on premise Outlook and I have an account on outlook.com.

we have an email that is sent from a program that can only work with the cloud version so we can see it on outlook.com but the outlook is not connected to our MX records (directs emails to mailserver).


We would like to somehow send the emails that we have in outlook.com to the normal email addresses that we can access on our desktop. the specific email is a accounting system alert (the accounting system is only set up to talk to the cloud email).

I am wondering if there is some sort of a hack we could use to make this happen - ie to get those emails automatically.
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