Run a mail-box and a pop account in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2004-11-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
We have an Exchange server 2000, I have some new users from another company on my network and domain. We want them to have an Exchange account and also us ther own company pop3 account as well. That way they can be part of our Exchange group. When they send out external e-mails we want them to show their pop3 account info Example

Our company:

their company: their e-mail should show up as when e-mailing from our LAN ? ? ?
Question by:jsarinana
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    by:Asta Cu
    When setting up the Email account, there should be an option for them to key in a reply to address to over-ride defaults.
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    Have replies to your messages sent to a different e-mail account Help
    Assistance > Outlook 2003 > E-mail > Configuring E-mail Accounts
    This feature is not available when using a Microsoft Exchange Server e-mail account.

    You can specify a different account to be used when a recipient sends a reply to your message. For example, if you send a message and then go on vacation to visit a friend, you can specify in Microsoft Outlook that replies to your message be sent to your friend's account.

    On the Tools menu, click E-mail Accounts.
    Select View or change existing e-mail accounts, and then click Next.
    In the list, click the e-mail account that you sent the message from, and then click Change.
    Click More Settings, and then, in the Reply E-mail box, type the e-mail address of the account that you want replies sent to.
    Note  Make sure you change the Reply E-mail box when you no longer want replies sent to an alternate account for new messages. Even after you make the change, any replies to messages you sent with an alternate reply-to address will still be sent to the other account.
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    Thanks for the reply astaec, But I need to do this running an Exchange Mail-Box and a POP3 account. I have done this before, the only diff. is when I did it before it was in Outlook2000 this time around it's in Outlook2003
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    Thanks .... not sure this will add insight, hopefully it will.  Off to work, will check back when I can.

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    Can you please tell me what else I might be able to do to help you achieve what you deserve here and we all strive to deliver, which is "A" level results?  I'll respond when I can and apologize for this delayed response, have been ill.

    Listening further,

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