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Posted on 2006-06-26
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Hi All,

Background - SBS2003 with exch 2003 SP1

i have the domain xyz.com which as expected replies with 'from postmaster@xyz.com' when an email is bounced.

however

i am also hosting a domain called abc.com, how do i get bounced emails from this domain to say 'from postmaster@abc.com'

at the moment it says 'from postmaster@xyz.com'

any help greatly appreciated.
TIA
Gareth
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Check the following and let me know if it helps

XCON: How to Change the Account That Delivery Status Notifications Originate From
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;279027
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The first link might not work because it does not handle NDRs.

check the following..

Changing the default domain in DSNs for Exchange 2000 (SP3 or greater) and Exchange 2003
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2004/03/26/96834.aspx

http://www.aptrio.com/Utilities/System-Utilities/rightpostmaster-for-ms-exchange-9583.html
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thaks rakeshmiglani, a great and easy fix.
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