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Send as Alias. - 27.Aug.2008 5:05:50 PM   
tvtsmith

 

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I received a request from the business to setup the ability for our company to send email as our clients domain. The client has setup a public domain name and pointed it to our public IP, but I'm unsure of how to configure Exchange to give users the ability to send as that domain. Meaning: we are @domain.com, but when certain users send mail they want the from domain to show up as @clientsdomain.com. Is that even possible?
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RE: Send as Alias. - 30.Aug.2008 1:02:46 AM   
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You have to implement a work-around.  You can use a 3rd-party product that allows you to specify an alias as the sending address (I'm pretty sure www.ivasoft.biz has something like that), or you can do the following:

1.  Create a contact object for an address in the client's domain
2.  Give yourself Send As security permissions in that contact object
3.  When you create a message, change the From field to that contact object

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