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Changing Outgoing Email SMTP Header <Name> in Microsoft Exchange SBS 2000

Posted on 2004-04-27
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I am having difficulty changing the outgoing e-mail address info for the SMTP connector.

It keeps substituting the Outlook logon rather than the "Email Address" listed in Active Directory.

Paul
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Your outgoing email will be stamped with the Primary SMTP of your Exchange server.....

but I think what you are asking is that the user login is being used as the outgoing email stamp instead of the email address? Is this what your referring to?

If so then change the primary in your recipient policy or in your user ID...

dawne
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