Send With Different Email Account Using Outlook Web Access 2003 (Microsoft Exchange 2003 Web Access)

I have a user that has 3 email accounts that all go to the same Exchange mailbox.  He can see all the email from the 3 email accounts, but can only send email with a from address of one account.  How can he use another from address?
stev0931Asked:
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upul007Commented:
Most probably the user would have been allocated one specific account and the other two accounts emails would have been forwarded to the primary account. So when the user accesses the primary account, the email for all three email accounts will be there.

But since the user has only access to one account through OWA it is not possible to send as if from another account.

If you use Outlook 2003 configured with all three accounts for internet email this will be possible.
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stev0931Author Commented:
The way it is configured is this:

USERS
User A    a@company.com
User B    b@company.com
User C    c@company.com

DISTRIBUTION GROUP
Support  support@company.com

User A, B, and C are members of the Support distribution group

User A needs to be able to send email that says it's from a@company.com OR support@company.com




Given this additional information, is it still not possible to do this?
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upul007Commented:
Do you also have access to all the accounts. A, B & C or A only? Meaning can you log in as B or C in OWA?
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upul007Commented:
After reading your post again and googling as well as reading the exchange 2003 help i had not found a solution. As an afterthought wanted to suggest for you to post a pointer question in the exchange server topic area.

Just in case no other expert is able to answer it here itself.

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stev0931Author Commented:
That's a good idea.  I'll try posting there.
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upul007Commented:
Hey, you need not have accepted my request as an answer. I did not resolve the issue.
You can request for a points refund in the support area. I think they will be able to reimburse the points back to you.
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stev0931Author Commented:
Oh, that's OK
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