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SMTP routing in and out

Posted on 2006-11-03
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I am trying to setup Exchange 2003 and if i set the smtp address to tlp@tlp.co.uk.local then the reply address goes out as this and the receipent can not reply so I need the reply to be set to tlp@tlp.co.uk but if I set the smtp address to this in exchange it will not send it.

I am sure this is a very basic question
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Start Exchange Systems Manager and Expand the Recients Folders and select Recipeints Policies folder and edit your
Default Policy and select the Email address Tab and ensure that the Email address that you want is the Default Email.
once you click get out of the properties window.  Right click on this policy and selct apply this policy now.
... Then Select  The Reciepient Update Update serverice folder and right click on your Domain Policy and selct  "UPdate Now"  and also Run Rebuild.  This will ensured that all your account have your new email policy stamp for all your users.
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