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Exchange 2010 Aliases

Posted on 2011-03-23
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Hi,

I am trying to setup Outlook/ Exchange to show the alias name that’s used not the account name.

For example sending an email to "username@domain.com" will send an email to the mailbox "username". However if i send an email to an alias for example "user.name@domain.com" this works also, but in outlook the email shows up as being sent to "username@domain.com".

Is it possible to configure either Outlook or Exchange to force the original recipient address to be shown?
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Are you talking about internal users?

If so then no, it will always resolve to the primary address of the user.
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