Spoofing email address

Posted on 2007-10-03
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I have a SBE 2003 R2 server setup for  what i want to do is have users send email out using but be able to recieve with  the issue i have is that we have another server that is not an exchange server hosting  when ever i change the primary address in AD to use everything works fine until a user goes to email someone who has a address.  The server thinks it has to take care of it instead of sending it out to the other server.  Does any one know how to handle this of a short time?  I only need to keep this going for a few weeks.  I guess all i want to do is spoof the email address for out going emails so the reciepents get the right one!  Thanks!!
Question by:hamel01
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    You don't just want to "spoof" the email address you need to configure things properly.

    How is your email currently being received by the Exchange Server?  Are you using SMTP?  Or the POP3 Connector?

    If SMTP then you need to follow this KB article:

    If POP3 Connector, then follow this one:

    For info on how to configure multiple domain names in Exchange properly, see:

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    Thanks for the reply.  I think that took care of it.  I will know for sure ina  few hours when everyone gets to work!


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