Setting up reply-to email in Exchange 2010

We are working with our letter vendor to begin sending notices via email in the near future. For this, we will need to have a reply-to email address. We’d like it to be notifications@mydomain.com

This email address also needs to be managed by an existing user who will retain her current email address of user2@mydomain.com . How would she manage that?..


How can I go about configuring this?

Thanks in advance

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tobe1424Asked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
This is pretty straightforward.

In this case all I would do is create a new mailbox using the notifications@mydomain.com. from there you then provide the User Full Access to this mailbox so that she can add it to their Outlook Session (either as an additional mailbox or another mailbox profile (requires Outlook 2010 or higher)).

I would then setup a Transport Rule that auto replys to anyone that is inside or outside of the organization. You can then modify the message as required and there is no reason to create Outlook rules on the mailbox.

Other than that you can also provide Send-As Permissions or Send on Behalf of Permissions as well if required.

Will.
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tobe1424Author Commented:
Thanks Will!
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