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Hi

Like to find out the followng;

Example One of the users Lee like to have 2 mailbox;

That  Emails sent to Lee@web.com.au will automatically be forwarded/directed to Lee@fit.com and, the user will have the full access to choose which email address to send from.

please note is the same user

Is this possible to achieve?

thanks
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by:John Hurst
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If POP, it is dead easy. Make two accounts (I have a half dozen), make one default (you must), and then in the email new mail creation, choose the account to send from. Works a treat.

If Exchange, you would need to set up an alias and send from the alias
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Added to this that need to done on the same Exchange admin centre.
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So you need to set up an alias to the main Exchange account so the both addresses are received. Then I am fairly sure you can send from the alias if you desire.
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by:alanlam123
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Thanks for the reply

Please note i had setup a alias;

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Primary wll SMTP be Lee@web.com.au
Alias will SMTP Lee@fit.com

Question how do i forward the email from Lee@web.com.au to Lee@fit.com, can this achieve in Exchange Admin centre?
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In Exchange, if you have two mailboxes, you have two accounts. Use the Forward feature to send email to the other account. But you will have to send to the other account for Forward to work in the case.

There is no automation I know of to send once from one account and have it automatically land in a different mailbox. You need to send to the other address and use forwarding if you want It sent back for some reason.
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by:alanlam123
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Thanks John,

You means I need to do it in the "Mail flow" in the Exchange Admin center.
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You can try that but Outlook (Exchange) needs to know where to send and if you want it going to 2 addresses you have to send that way.
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Thanks for the prompt and the issue was resolved.

Have a great day,
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thanks for the great support.
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You are very welcome and I was happy to help you.
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