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I currently have an Exchange 2013 server hosting about 13 different domain names.  How can I give my users the ability to choose which email address to send from?
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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An Exchange mailbox can only have a single Primary SMTP domain for sending email. You can however have multiple aliases where you can receive from multiple different domains (granted you own the MX record and your Accepted Domains are configured properly).

Each Accepted Domain can have an EAP (Email Address Policy) assigned to it. You can then specify parameters that control what users get what SMTP domains, based on your Email Address Policies.

That being said if you want to be able to send as multiple different domains you will need to have multiple mailboxes each with a different primary SMTP domain. You can then have 1 user which has Full Mailbox Access and Send As permissions on every mailbox. You can then attach each mailbox to the user's Outlook session and send As the mailbox in question.

However, when people reply back the email will go back into its respective mailbox.

Will.
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