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user selects his "From" address

Posted on 2004-09-09
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I've got an exchange server set up as mybank.com. I've also got it accepting email for myadvisors.com. When mail addressed to user@myadvisors.com is received, it's delivered to user@mybank.com

When user replies to the email, is there a way he can say it's from user@myadvisors.com instead of user@mybank.com?
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http://www.ivasoft.biz/choosefrom.shtml
this is the utility u are looking for.exchange will allow mail out under primary smtp address assigned to EACH user.choosefrom will allow u to choose .
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