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Microsoft SBS 2003 Premium, Exchange server, Exchange 2000 (?) version 6.5.7226.0

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Have an issue with return email address using POP3 connector in Exchange. My system is setup something like this.
Domain name: Mydomain.net
email: Name@mydomain.net
When I send an email using Exchange on SBS 2003 Premium if someone wants to respond the email is directed to Companyname.office   I have a sub-domain of office.companyname.net for RWW, VPN and OWA, etc...  How do I can or can I setup Exchange to stamp emails from my office with the email from my domain. It is hosted by my ISP.
Hope that makes sense and thank you for having this site and helping out.
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In the Exchange System Manager, what is your primary recipient policy? What ever your primary recipient policy email address is for the users, then this will be the sending email address. You can configure this on a user by user base in AD, or system-wide using Recipient Policies in ESM.

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Thank you. I'll read up on that and test it. My ISP is currently experiencing email difficultis (figures) so once they are fully operational I'll give it a try but your solution looks like it will work.

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This one is still unresolved. Nothing I've attempted has worked so far. I must be missing something. Still need help but I am using a work around, however if this was a larger network it would be very difficult to administer.

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Can you post a snap-shot of your Recipient Policy? Unless you have added a different policy, this will be under Default Policies, on the E-mail Address Policy tab. You can find this under Recipients -> Recipient Policies.

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I will do that as soon as I get an opportunity. Sorry for the delay but I've been really busy and have implemented a work around for the time being. Don't want to keep it that way though.

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