Setting additional user emails with a new domain in Exchange 2010

Hello experts,

We have exchange 2010 in our organization

We also own another domain

For, I want his to be able to send emails from

How to do so in Exchange 2010 EMC?
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If you added as accepted domain
You might need something like this :
In your email policy you may have many accepted domains but only one as the default.
This means users will receive mails from all of these domain but can send only from the default email.
Also you can not use "FROM" to put if is the default because wont apear in the address list
Hpe the mentioned tool helps
You can do that but before you have to create a Mail Contact using the EMC and then send to mail contact

Check this
Here is the link for step by step process..
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Kamalasekar ParthasarathyMessaging SupportCommented:
Please add this email address as a primary address in Muhajreen properties in EMC and try to send emails.

MuhajreenAuthor Commented:
Thank you

@Exchange9, I don't want to forward emails to an external contact. I want to allow users when they send emails to choose either sending from or from In other words, you can say that I want to host emails in our exchange server.

@sekar_raj32, if I add as a primary address, how to allow user to choose from which address to send?
Kamalasekar ParthasarathyMessaging SupportCommented:
It wil be automatically set as from address will be and the user who receive the email will see from address is

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