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Hi All,

I have an Exchange 2007 installed with one accepted domain (example1.com) and it's working properly.
After adding a second accepted domain (example2.com), I can see the new e-Mail address under users properties.
All clients are using Outlook 2003. All of them are receiveing e-Mails sent to both domains
and sending e-Mails from the default addres which is set to "Set as Reply".

The problem is:
Outlook users  can't send e-Mails using their second e-Mail address came with second accepted domain!

Can I find any configuration instructions?
Thanks Advance

SOLIS
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There is a third party solution for this.

www.ivasoft.biz/smartreply2007.shtml

Exchange as in such is not designed to switch between accounts for reply options.
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