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Exchange 2003 "send as" problem

Exchange 2003 as part of a Windows SBS 2003

I have a user with several different SMTP addresses. I would like him to be able to "send as" any of them. Is this possible?

What if he is a member of a distribution group? Can he send as the group address?

Multiple domains are already included in the policy, receiveing is working fine for several domains, but not sending.

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llandajuela
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mohdabsarCommented:
You need to give him send as permission through security tab of account properties from which he/she wants to send mail.

Yes he can send from Group e-mail id...
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llandajuelaAuthor Commented:
But who do i have to give permission to? To himself? Remember i said it was one same user with several SMTP addresses.

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SembeeCommented:
If the email addresses are all on the same account then you cannot natively send as any of those email addresses.
You basically have two options.
1. Multiple accounts.
2. A third party tool called Choose From.

http://www.amset.info/exchange/twodomainsoneuser.asp

You should be able to grant Send As permissions to the distribution group.

Simon.
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