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Hi ,

We have Windows Server 2003 SP2, Exchange server Enterprise edition SP2, IE 6.0 SP1.
I want users could send e-mail via their OWA but from 2 domains, which both of them are registered.
I add our 2nd domain in System Manager -> recipient policy -> properties of default policy -> New SMTP adr., but my question is that how can I active or see "From" option in OWA that users select their domains.

I would be appriciate if you help me.
Thank you
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Question by:Dr_Mango
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by:ikm7176
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That is not possible with OWA. You can do it with the normal Outlook client and with Outlook over the Internet.

You need a third party software for this
http://www.ivasoft.biz/choosefromowa.shtml

cheers !!
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by:Dr_Mango
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Hi Again,

Thank you for your prompt reply.
I followed this way but culdn't see "From" option on OWA .

1) This third party is a demo. Could it be a reason that "From" option isn't active?
2) Shall I add some other hotfixes for exchange ?

Please guide me.
Thank you
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i can only recommend you to contact the technical support at Ivasoft. i am not aware of any other software.

There is nothing in exchange server to invoke this option in OWA or Microsoft Outlook . You can use outlook express instead to achieve this.

Maybe someone else here can guide you.

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by:Sembee
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Messageware might have something that can do this.
http://www.messageware.com 

Otherwise the Ivasoft product is the only tool I know of that can do From in OWA.

Simon.
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