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Hi,  we have our exchange2003 with user@ourdomain.com emails accounts.
I would like to be able to create a contact for the same user but with another domain ( user@otherdomain.com )
I would like that the user cand send as one or the other domain account.
I found some explanation but was not clear enough...(?)
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Hello,

You can configure multiple SMTP addresses to the same user but just one address will work as the replay address

Better create an additional mailbox and configure permissions to the original user for both accounts, them configure outlook to show the mail from option
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by:rmailloux
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Hello,

I know that. But as i wrote, the second one is with another domain name. It's not so simple...
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But you can add to Exchange 2003 as much domain names as you want and them configure these domain suffixes to the email addresses

Could you give us more information please about why is it not so simple?
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But I would like that the user can send as one or the other domain account.
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Is the other email account created?

If it is the case give "send as" permission to the user that will send the email as the other account and them configure Outlook to show the "From Address". In this way when you compose an email you can choose what account to use for sending the email


To manually grant Send As permissions to a user

1. In Active Directory Users and Computers, right-click the organization domain name, point to View, and then click Advanced Features.

2.Click the Users container or the organizational unit where the user is located.

3.Right-click the user account, and then click Properties.

4.Click Security, and then click the user or group to whom you want to grant permissions. You may have to add the user or group to the list.

5.Click Send As, and then select the Allow or Deny check boxes as appropriate
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by:rmailloux
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No, the user with the other domain name cans be create as we have only a domain...(?)
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by:Schnell Solutions
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Create an email address policy in Exchange 2003 that includes the new domain name. Them you will be able to configure this new domain name to the email addresses
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by:rmailloux
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We did create a distribution group and put the alias on the distribution group and configure it with send as permissions.

First we start with removing the alias we want to send as from the original mailbox.
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