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I am trying to create email address in exchange 2010 , it does create but takes default domain name

I need to change set as reply address to some other domain name for the user but it is greyed out.i need to make another primary SMTP e-mail address
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by:Steven Wells
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Hi,

In the email address tab, remove the option to update addresses via policy.

You can then set other email addresses as the primary
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Just to clarify, remove the tick in the Automatically update email address based on address policy
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