Send from alternate email domain in Outlook


I have setup SBS 2003 for my client and configured Exchange to recieve mail from 6 dufferent domains, the problem I have is that only one domain is configured as the primary email domain and so when users send mail the sender address defaults to this domain. They need to be able to send from each different email domain. Is there any way to set this up?

Each user has 6 different email addresses configured (all different domains). I want them to have the option to be able to have the option to choose who the sender is in the from box.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Murat RaymondCIOCommented:
If you configured the 6 different email from The exchange Server using POP3 extension you will not have that choice.

But if you Configure each e-mail as an account in Outlook,
all you have to do when you sending and e-mail is to:
Pull Dropdown menu "accounts" and select which account you want to use

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