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Sending email from another mailbox

I have an exchange mailbox and also i have another additional mailbox in my outlook. I can open the additional mailbox and do have permission set to \everyone.


But i need to know if i can send email from this additional mailbox and recieve email in to this account reading the additional mailbox name.

i.e My mailbox -Praful@test.com
    Additional Mailbox-Prafultest@test.com

If i send email from prafultest@test.com mailbox it says the sender email address from praful@test.com. I want the email to notify the sender was prafultest@test.com.

I want to avoid by logging in to Prafultest NT/2000 account. I ahve logged in to my account which points to praful@test.com.

Please help what other way can be done?

Thanks

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jpmartenCommented:
In outlook, the default profile is used as the sender.  You have the praful@ account as the default mailbox and then you have the Prafultest@test.com address in the advanced section of your profile.  When you send a message it will use the default profile always.

What you can do is make sure the from field is displayed and type in the Prafultest@test.com address as the sender.
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Angelos_LCommented:
Also make sure that your account has the 'send as' permission for the Prafultest account in AD.

Angelos  
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SpideyModCommented:
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