Besides my network account on our domain and the exchange account it provides on our SBS 2003 server, I have another email account under another domain that I use as my primary email address. I would like to have the email from this other domain show up in my outlook(2003) and be stored on the exchange server in my current mailbox. I would like it to look like it was sent from my email domain name and not from the network domain. For example my network email is firstname.lastname@example.org and my primary email address is email@example.com. Can I go in to exchange an under my account create another smtp account for firstname.lastname@example.org and make it my primary account. I will still have email@example.com there which i don't use anyway, and I will have test.local.willy.com account of course. Then set up my outlook send and recieve groups to include firstname.lastname@example.org account and omit email@example.com. So that when I send and recieve i'm only using the local account and the firstname.lastname@example.org email. And will this look like it came from email@example.com since it is my primary smtp account. Of course I would have the firstname.lastname@example.org set up in outlook getting the email from the domain email@example.com is hosted at and storing it all in my exchange mailbox. Or will this still look like the email came from my firstname.lastname@example.org and replies to emails will then become a mess??
This would allow email from an Ipad to work without leaving copies of mail on the server like you do for pop account. Or would the Ipad have issues trying to authenticate to that mailbox now??