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Sending from multiple domains in outlook / exchange

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Hey experts,
I got a company who has a 2003 exchange server.  They have 3 email domains on the server.  They can receive email just fine to all 3.  A couple users have to be able to send from the different domains.  They can send from there primary default address just fine.  Example  tsukraw@domain1.com  
They have outlook 2010 which allows them to set a FROM address.  If they try sending a email from tsukraw@domain2.com or tsukraw@domain3.com they get a bounce back saying.

            You do not have permission to send to this recipient.  For assistance, contact your system administrator.
            MSEXCH:MSExchangeIS:/DC=local/DC=bos:MAIN

Any ideas why this would be?
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Chris Bottomley earned 1500 total points
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Have they tried using olk2010 when they lead the message but before sending looking to the sendusing button which is displayed on the email when more than 1 account is registered?

Chris
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Ended up using this method with having pop accounts to the exchange server for the other addresses.
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