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changing sender identity in exchange like in pop3

using exchange service
is there a way to change user info
like in pop3
so that instead of
AAA <BBB@CCC.DDD>
recepient will see a different
EEE <FFF@GGG.HHH>
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weinerk
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rastyCommented:
I would try this:
On Exchange Server: Add a new exchange user EEE, set the default email address to FFF@GGG.HHH, allow AAA to send emails as EEE.
In Outlook 2000 open a new email, in menu View click Show From and enter EEE as From.

Rasty
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weinerkAuthor Commented:
rasty,
unacceptable
I dont have control over the exchange server
need to do that from the client
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CABRISYCommented:
No way to do that from the client.... Sorry. It deals with privacy and security!
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rastyCommented:
I added the exchange server as a new Internet Mail account, set the new name and email as sender... don't try this at home, Outlook downloaded all emails of my exchangeserver and deleted the them from the server. I had to reapply all categories.

You could use a different account on your exchange server or a different smtp server. You would also have to set the Internet Mail service to be the first, who delivers emails.

Rasty
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weinerkAuthor Commented:
rasty,
i tried that workaround -
adding int email svc first to send outgoing mail.

you can configure the pop not to pull down all the mail,
but there are still problems.

I need to know if there is a way to do it earnestly in exchange svc.
thanks
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travalCommented:
No, you cannot change your account information from outlook for mail that is being sent by the exchange server.  

Only place to change this information is on the exchange server, because exchange is actually sending the mail, not Outlook.
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