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Exchange 2007 Send as non-default address

Posted on 2009-07-14
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We posted a similar question previously, but with Exchange 2003, hoping the answer may have changed with 2007.  We are looking for a way to manually choose the replyto address that sends out on a users e-mail.  We have a user who's default reply to is user@company1.com, and we need to be able to allow him to send mail out as user@company2.com, however, as company1.com is the default alias on his exchange mailbox, Outlook reconciles the company2.com alias to the user and replaces it with the default on all messages.  Any suggestions are appreciated.
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The behaviour hasn't changed with Exchange 2007.
Everything you were probably told with Exchange 2003 (from field, multiple accounts or third party) still applies with Exchange 2007.
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Thanks for the response Mestha, just to make sure our question didn't get short changed when it was the 2003 version, what do you mean with the reference to the from field?  We have attempted to use this to manually enter the intended replyto address, but Exchange identifies it as being an alias for the user's mailbox and changes it to the default replyto for the mailbox.  Is there something we're missing, or does that behavior rule out the from field as a solution?

Thanks,
Matt
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From field with multiple accounts.

http://www.amset.info/exchange/twodomainsoneuser.asp

Simon.
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