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How to set a different sender address from Exchange 2007

Posted on 2007-10-12
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
We have Exchange 2007 with the adresses @school.com but we'd like to let five of our users to have a different sender address on the e-mails. They can stille accept mails from @school.com, but when the send e-mails, their e-mails should have @public.com as sender address.

In Exchange 2003 you could accomplish this by changing e-mail address in Exchange features in AD.

But how to do that in Exchange 2007
Question by:Jakob Digranes
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