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Sending mail as another user on the network..

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Hi, I have a folder(support) in which support e-mails get delivered.  I access the folder from a different machine through public folders and answer the mails and send them off with a solution.  The only problem is that when I send them(or another user) it has my own mail address as the sendee and not the 'support' mail address...  how can I get this to happen ?  


Derek
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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You could try with a free/excellent tool. It doesn't cares of which account/mail client do you use:
http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.Asp?ID=109
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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You could populate every field as you wish.
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by:Delboy
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Hi Richie..  couldn't even get their demo to work..  I might try it elsewhere incase it is my network here..  this seems only for external e-mails, I need the same for internal(LAN)

Derek.
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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That's right! but you said "email" not "mail".
Sorry.
Anyway, people from your LAN caanot receibe Internet mail?
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The only thing you need is an SMTP server.
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by:Delboy
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no probs,  thanks for the help..  I am sure I can put this into good use..  Derek.
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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Then, why did you punish me with "B" grade?
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by:Delboy
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sorry Richie..  next time.  One of the statements on how to award the points say if it completely answered with 100% satisfaction then A. Your answer may help me at some point..  maybe I 'completed' the question too soon..  I won't be so fast in awarding the scores..  Derek.  
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