Exchange 2007 - multiple email addresses in one mailbox

Posted on 2011-10-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have several users that have multiple email addresses on various accepted domains.  i don't want to to create a new user account for each email address, but rather just put all the email addresses in the one mailbox per user.  My issue is, if they receive an email in their inbox, 1.  how do they determine which email address it was sent to and how do they reply from that email address?
Question by:PCNNY
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    by:Amit Khilnaney
    You can create a singe account and then add multiple smtp addresses to each of the accounts i.e.

    and then u can make a single smtp as default.

    yes they can reply from different smtp address by selecting from send from

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    Thank you for this help.  I did what you recommended and I have another question.  When the user receives an email to one of his email addresses and clicks reply, it would be good if the from field auto populated with the email address that he is replying from.  It currently doesnt do that.  Any suggestions?

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