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Single return address for multiple users

Posted on 2002-07-16
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Hi,

I would like to set up a single return adress for multiple users.

Let me explain in details. I have a domain name, let's say myhotel.com
It is for a hotel. All reception desks should receive the e-mails from contact@myhotel.com. I have set up a group (reception) and all participants of this group receive contact@myhotel.com

The problem is that I would like that they issue the mail with the return address as contact@myhotel.com and not recep1@myhotel.com ...

Thanks,

Laurent.
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lthiry,
go to the group's properties in AD, and under security make sure they have 'send as' permission.
when they send an email, they should have the From field visible (in Outlook - view - From: field) and type contact.
Bear in mind thogh, that replies to the emails they send will be delivered to all the members of the group.

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Do we need to do that for each message ?
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yeah, you do.
The thing is, you could just set up an account contact@myhotel.com, give them all access to the mailbox and have them use that one while keeping all the mail on your exchange.
But don;t you want them to have their own email address also?
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No

The people are not working under their names and change from one computer to another without loging on ... I know it is stupid but it is the way they want to have it ...

Thanks,

Laurent.
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