How to send email from outlook/exchange 2010 with different display name?

Hello Experts,
I have SBS with Exchange 2010.
I have a user which have many email aliases and in outlook I configured additional dummy SMTP account to simplify sending mail from one of the aliases.
But know I see there is a problem because user need to have different display name when sending from another account.
How can I achieve this?

Best regards
Fooky
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Randall BartelCommented:
Step 1: To have multiple FROM addresses enabled in an account, it needs to be granted delegate access permission to the inbox of every alternate FROM address.
1. Open Outlook 2010 under the profile that you wish to delegate.
2. Click on the File tab.
3. Click on Account Settings, and then click on Delegate Access.
4. Click on Add and then OK.
5. Select the Exchange Account that you wish to delegate your mailbox to.
6. In the Delegate Permissions dialog box, set the Inbox permissions to Editor.
7. Click on OK when you finished setting the delegate permissions and then click OK.
Step 2: Log into your main Exchange account and send emails from multiple FROM addresses.
1. Open Outlook 2010 with the account that was granted delegate access.
2. Click on the New E-mail icon.
3. In the New E-mail window, click on the Options tab.
4. In the Show Fields group, click on the From icon.
5. Click on the From button beside the From field.
6. Click on Other E-mail Address.
7. In the dialog box, click on From.
8. Select an Exchange account to which you have access permissions.
9. You can now send an email from that account’s address.
I hope this will help you.
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f_o_o_k_yAuthor Commented:
Hello,
Randall Bartel for your solution I need more then one account and because of licensing I cannot do that.
I cannot have multiple mailboxes.

Best Regards
FooKy
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Andy MInternal Systems ManagerCommented:
I don't believe you can change the actual display name as this is tied into the AD/Exchange account itself and you can only specify one in there.

The only option (I'm aware of) would be multiple accounts but as you've noted you can't do this.
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VB ITSSpecialist ConsultantCommented:
Hello,
Randall Bartel for your solution I need more then one account and because of licensing I cannot do that.
I cannot have multiple mailboxes.

Best Regards
FooKy
Sorry FooKy but can you please elaborate? If you create an additional Shared Mailbox then this doesn't actually require any additional CALs, unless you are referring to some other type of licensing?
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ChrisCommented:
You could create distribution groups for the additional addresses and allow the user to send as these groups.
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Alexei KuznetsovMicrosoft Outlook MVPCommented:
Exchange Contacts are exactly for that. You need to create Contact using Exchange Management Console / Powershell, specify email / display name as required and give the "Send As" permission on this Contact for that user. After that he/she will be able to select this contact from GAL and set it as "From".
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f_o_o_k_yAuthor Commented:
Thanks Thims I wil try that and get back to you.
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