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Posted on 2011-09-09
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Hi Gents,

Its a weird one so here we go...

We recently aquired a new company.  For arguments sake lets call it Company2.  The company had 10 users and we manually created them and gave them mail addresses at our company (Company1) and added their old address as a second mail address (AD Users and computers\UserName\EMail Addresses.

We recently purchased a new mail filtering system.  We used the above domain as a test.  We could not see any users in it from Company2 so we asked them what the problem was.  This was the answer:

The reason you are unable to see end users in the end user portal is because these users are automatically created, however they will only show in the portal once mail has been both send and received by an address. This is so the system knows that the address is genuine. You are able to manually create these users however if mail has been sent of received through the filters then it will already be created, however hidden from the portal until they have both sent and received mail.

I need to somehow send a mail through our filter with one of the old Company2 addresses that now exits as a secondary address in our AD

So, is this possible?

Thanks in advance

Declan D
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Why not just temporarily make Company2 address as the default Reply-to address in AD and send the mail, then switch back.
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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm..............

Lets have a try!
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Remember to allow for the AD-Exchange update.
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Cool.  Thanks.

Simple answer in the end
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Glad it worked.
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