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Exchnage 2007 receive connector permissions settings

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Hello,

This is what I am trying to do:

1. First User is in AD and Exchange (Name and Display Name: User, Email Address user@abc.com)

2. When first user sends an email using his account the sender shows up as "User", which normal and the way it should be.

3. There is a second user who occasionally has to send email as the first User, but in these cases the email sender must show "User2" eventhough the email address stays the same user@abc.com !


The way we are trying to achieve this to have User #2 send using POP/SMTP using User #1's account and set "User2" as the sender name in Outlook.

This works fine as far as the external recepients go (they see User2 as the sender and user@abc.com as the email address).

The problem is the for internal users Exchange automatically resolves the sender name to the user name found in GAL which is "User"

I know that for Anon senders Exchange 2007 will not try to resolve email addresses to the GAL sender for security reasons.

What security setting would I have to set on the Client receive connector so when an exchange user (non anon!) send an email using SMTP then the sender's name would NOT be resolved internally...  
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by:Glen Knight
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Exchange will always resolve the addresses to internal display names, there is no way around this.
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by:floow21
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demazter,

If I set the receive connector to Anonymous and User2 sends thru that Exchange does NOT resolve to the internal display name. Except this way I just  created amd open relay.
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Glen Knight earned 2000 total points
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I am not sure I understand what you are saying?
If you authenticate with Exchange and send an email then it will resolve your name if it is available.
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by:floow21
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Thanks!
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