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I have a user on Exchange 2010 that has different email accounts, all emails account will arrive at the same Inbox, I will create different SMTP account on Outlook with different signatures so he can Reply using his different accounts, and all sent mails will be stored in Sent Items, that I can do without no problem..... but.... How can he answer from different accounts on his iPhone, all his inbox will be OK, but how can I chage his reply address in his iPhone, and still I want to have all sent items store on the same location.....
Can anyone help me?

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Exchange ActiveSynch doesnt have that same flexibility to modify the from address, like the true Outlook client does
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Thank you CrisHanna, do you see any other way?,,, I know it is possible to create two mailbox with different address, then I can foward all income email of the secondary mailbox to the primary, but how can I put all the sent mail from the secondary account to the primary sent items? is it possible?
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If you forward from mailbox 2, to mailbox 1, then reply, the response will be from Mailbox1, not from 2.
And I'm not sure that Iphone will support 2 Exchange Accounts.  Windows Phone 7 does and it presents a consolidated view.

So if you can setup the second Exchange Account on the IPhone...that's the only way I know of
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iPhones does support two exchange accounts....
But can I forward sent mail from mailbox 2 to sent items of mailbox 1?
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sure but if you reply it will be with mailbox 1 email address
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hehehe I think I explained wrong..

For example, I am on my mailbox 2 on my iphone, I send an email and it will be stored on Send items on mailbox 2, can I copy this sent item from mailbox 2 to the sent items on mailbox 1?

sorry for the confusion..
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when you send a message  cc the other address
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Maybe I can do something like that....
Maybe I can tell the mailbox2 to always send a CC to the mailbox1, and then create a rule that when recieving a mail from mailbox2, mark as read and send it to sent items.....can I do that?
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I know of no way to tell a mailbox to always send a copy to another mailbox
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There is no way possible to do this, only work arround that can be complicated, so I will create two Exchange mailbox and he will use them both.

Thank you,
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