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changing the sent from domain

Posted on 2012-04-11
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i am trying to do this:

if a user sends an email to bob@domain.com to change it using a transport rule or event sync script to send it to bob@different-domain.com

in 2003 we used a vbs script but in 2010 it doesnt work the same. the reason is we use a fax system and we changed the provider, we kept the numbers but it sent to a new domain.

so we have this 555-555-555@domain.com when the user sends mail
it then goes to  555-555-555@fax.com

thanks
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To do this i believe you need a Edge server take a look here

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123966.aspx
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wow that's pretty much it 100% thanks. I looked everywhere for that.  ill test it and get back to you.
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thanks
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