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Quick problem to solve... - 5.Oct.2007 5:33:30 AM   


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Hey guys just a quick one.

One of my clients, they have a  domain for their email, for example *@domain1.com, and now they want to be able to send and receive from another account, *@domain2.com.

I have allowed their mailboxes to receive the new one, but how do i make it so they can reply to emails using the corresponding domain. Currently they only have the option of *@domain1.com.

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RE: Quick problem to solve... - 5.Oct.2007 9:24:17 AM   


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Exchange will only use the primary address defined for each object as the reply address.  If you want users to be able to choose, you need to use a 3rd-party product.  I haven't used it, but look at: http://www.ivasoft.biz/choosefrom.shtml



Dean T. Uemura
Microsoft MVP - Exchange (2007-2011)

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