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2003 Delivery Status Notification From: Account

Posted on 2004-04-13
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When someone requests a delivery status notification on a message sent to someone within our organization, the notification appears to come from my email address rather than something like postmaster or system administrator.  My account was the one used to install exchange.  I'm not using an SMTP connector, just the settings in the default SMTP server.  For the life of me, I can't see where this can be configured, so any guidance would be much appreciated.  As an aside, while I would expect NDRs to behave the same way, none are currently being sent from this server b/c it's only getting mail for a handful of specific users.

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