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Changing a users email address to mask the email organisation that's sent it

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Hello,

I am currenting implementing an Exchange 2003 environment. Some of the users will have mail forwarded from their old account to the new account, the users require that when they reply or send mail, the mail must look as if it is coming from the old email address, i.e the new exchange organisation is masked.

Any ideas how I would achieve this?

Many thanks

mandalj
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If the messages are being forwarded from another mailbox on the Exchange server then you can use the From line.
If the other email address is also on the mailbox, so the user has a number of email address (user@domain1.com, user@domain2.com) then you will have to use a third party utility to choose:

http://www.ivasoft.biz/choosefrom.shtml

Simon.
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