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Send FROM -- Q related to Recipient policy

Posted on 2008-10-15
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My question is  ..

My domain is  abc.com  ,  i have setup my Exchange 2003 for this domain. Everything works fine.
Now I got another domain name,  xyz.com  ..... I need my Exchange responsible for this new domain ...

Yeah, I need to create Recipient policy .. .I did that ....  I can receive emails now,  but what I need is , I should be able to send as well with the new domain.

I mean, If I put  myname@xyz.com at FROM address,  I should be able to send ..... But now I am not .... I get undeliverable error "You do not have permission to send to this recipient"...  What would be the problem.

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Manu
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The sending address that Exchange uses is the "Primary SMTP email address" listed for that user in AD Users and Computers.  

You would change the Primary SMTP address to affect a change in this way.
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another option would be to use http://www.ivasoft.biz/choosefrom.shtml
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