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Posted on 2012-08-20
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I have a user that needs to use an alternate domain as his primary send as smtp address.  He also needs to be able to use his current default address from time to time.  I currently have the alternate domain address set as his default "Reply".  When we go in and change the "From" field in Outlook to use the original domain we will receive a rejection with, "You are not allowed to send this message because you are trying to send on behalf of another sender without permission to do so."  

Seems pretty odd as the "From" address is the old primary domain that he would normally send from, but since I changed the "Reply" address to the other alternate domain he can no longer send as the old primary.

Old primary:  domain1.com
alternate: domain2.com

Current configuration:
Reply:  user@domain2.com

can send as user@domain2.com no problem, however can not send as user@domain1.com???
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Is User@domain1.com the primary address ?
It has to be the primary email address :)

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by:mcetlinski
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user@domain2.com is the primary address right now.  That is the address that we want to default in, which it currently is doing.  However, he still needs to be able to send as user@domain1.com from time to time.
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 2000 total points
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User can only send emails from Primary email address of an account .... so if you have
user@domain1.com and user@domain2.com on the same account .... then only the primary will work.

So simple you have to create an additional account and give "Full Mailbox access" and SendAs

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by:mcetlinski
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So if I have 100 users that need to be able to send as two different domains I have to have 200 users??  Just want to be sure there's no other way.  Just turning into a licensing nightmare.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Sorry to say but one can send email only using a primary email address and i guess only one can account can have one primary SMTP address.

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Correct answer.  Just not happy with Microsoft as usual.  Thanks.
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