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I have an Exchange 2000 server on a Windows 2000 Server system. I host 2 domains at my organization. I have several users that need to receive and send from both domains. The receiving is easy but the sending is turning out to be a problem. When they send mail from the second domain I have to give them send on behalf privelages and this shows up in the email header as well as the reply does not come to the second domain. This is by design with Exchange server but I wanted to know if anyone knows of a work around for this. Thanks
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http://www.ivasoft.biz/smartreply.shtml is the Windows helper app for it, and is free for ChooseFrom users.  One of our clients is in exactly this situation - someone needs to appear as CFO of two organisations - and uses this app.  I have no personal knowledge of it except that it's appeared robust and hasn't broken our COM add-in that lives on the same machine!
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