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How to tell which email address mail was sent to (incoming)

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I have couple users with multiple email addresses.

-default with @domain1.com address
-couple users with @domain1.com & @domain2.com addresses

I can receive e-mails on both addresses for the couple users but I cannot tell which email address the sender sent it to because it only displays the Exchange name.

How can I tell which email address the sender sent it to?  (@domain1.com address? or was it @domain2.com address)

Also, what are some ways to be able to reply back with the @domain2.com which is not the default email address.

T.I.A.
John
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answers to ur questions are in this link    www.ivasoft.org.....look around that fellow has some intresting utilities for exchange.....
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Most email clients have a way to display the mail header, which should show what address the mail was sent to. See, e.g. http://itim.tamu.edu/htmlfs/mailheaders.shtml

Assuming the user is using Outlook for sending, see these links re. the "Send As" option:

 http://www.windowsitpro.com/Article/ArticleID/50152/50152.html?Ad=1
 http://www.cryer.co.uk/brian/msexchange/exch_howto_grant_send_as.htm
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thanks
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