I have an SBS 2003 and the Exchange server is handling multiple domains (12). When forwarding or sending under a domain alias using "send as" in Outlook 2003 the recipient only sees the primary domain identity.
User1 receives an e-mail from managed xdomain1 "user1@xdomain1". User1 has 5 domains being assigned to his inbox via smtp accounts in his profile. Primary domain e-mail account is domain1. When user1 forwards this e-mail to a co-worker in domain1 using the "send as" feature in Outlook as xdomain1 the co-worker receives the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org not user1@xdomain1. This occurs regardless of which send as alias is used.
Is it possible to receive the e-mails internally with the proper domain header? This will permit rules and filtering to be enforced. As a by-product of this the junk mail cannot determine who is sending the mail.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts and advice.