Exchange server 2007

Hello Guys..

I have my dc on 2008 which acts as my dns server...
i have a member server (2008) with exchange server 2007 sp3 installed.

My internal domain controller is: techlabtest.local
My external domain controller is: techlabtest.com (my domain name purchase from the internet)

I want my exchange to be configure: when someone from outside send me a mail, he should send it from the .com mail address.

When i send someone a mail to outside, he receive the mail as .local...i want it .com

Please help me to configure that...

Thanks
techlabtestAsked:
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
What is your primary smtp address? It is .local it will send it with .local. You need check email address policy and modify it to .com

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http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2007/management-administration/managing-email-address-policies.html
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techlabtestAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot....
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