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Multiple Exchange Server Email accounts in Outlook 2007

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I want to know if there as any possible way to have 2 Microsoft Exchange email accounts in Outlook 2007. If not is there a program that will allow me to do so?
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by:Geisrud
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I know that wasn't possible to do as recent as Outlook 2003.  I highly doubt it's possible in 2007.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/289467/en-us
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If all of the accounts are on the same exchange server then you can try this.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291626 
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by:5t34lth_G33k
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you could always set up 2 profiles, one for each mailbox. You would of course have to log out of Outlook every time you needed to switch however.
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by:Dave Robinson
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as Above 5t34lth G33k, setting up 2 profiles for Outlook will effectively let you use 2 Exchange server Accounts on different (or same) servers.

If you are opening an exchange account on the same server, providing you have given the correct security permissions, you can do File --> Open other users Folder, Or add the second mailbox into your Exchange Advanced properties in Outlook.
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by:esiss
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It is possible to view two exchange accounts on Outlook 2002-2007 (2007 being the current version of outlook) without logging in twice or creating two profiles.  Have a look at the article below.


http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291626
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esiss,
that is the soluition that i already provided....

Thanks....
slyates007
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by:LaBowski
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slyates007: Does this work for email accounts that are on the SAME exchange server only, or does it also work for two different accounts on separate exchange servers?
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If you have two exchange servers on the same domain then it shoud.  But if the server are on two diffrent domains then you would have to use two diffrent profiles.
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by:LaBowski
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Thanks for the quick reply slyates007. Gotta love Microsoft.
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by:Geneyes008
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I have added via delegates and permission.  Now I see the additional mailbox, however AI need the ability to send via the other account name.

Right now account A has permission and access to account B.  I need to create a new email and send it so it shows up from account B, not account A.
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