How can I choose which email address my outgoing email looks like its coming from?

Posted on 2005-05-06
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
In active directory I have two email addresses setup.  My default email address is  But once in a while I want to send email (using Outlook 2003), and make it appear as though it came from my other email address such as


Question by:SteveL13
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    Accepted Solution

    Are we talking about sending thru two different email addresses in Exchange?  And you are logged into one mailbox and want the email to say it came from the other mailbox?

    Assuming so, have you configured "Send As" permission?

    327000 How to grant "Send as" and "Send on behalf" permissions in Exchange 2000
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    Expert Comment

    Hi SteveL13,

     if both accounts are setup in outlook you can select this in the from address line.


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