Windows Server - Using 2 mail addresses on same exchange sever

Asked By Dan on 12-Feb-07 05:08 PM
I've read http://support.microsoft.com/kb/289833 to enable exchange to use 2
smtp domains.

I receive the mail just fine.

d@domaina.com
d@domainb.com

works fine.


When I try to send the mail from the 2nd domain (I've enable the from field
in outlook) - I get an error (I'm on exchange 2007, using outlook 2003):

user"

How can I choose from which address I'm sending the mail ?

How can I make the 2nd address work ?

(The 2nd address is configured in the recipient mail policies, and at the
accepted domains, and incoming mail works fine)

Thanks,

Dani




Ed Crowley [MVP] replied on 12-Feb-07 09:05 PM
You can use two different e-mail clients or two separate profiles because
Outlook doesn't support sending from different addresses on the same
mailbox.  There is only one "reply address", the one marked with capital
--
Ed Crowley
MVP - Exchange
Lanwench [MVP - Exchange] replied on 13-Feb-07 08:58 AM
Dani <Dani@> typed:

If this is a second address defined in your mailbox, you can't "send as" -
you'd need to set it up as another mailbox (or even a DL) to which you've
got Send As rights, and then you can use the From field.

You might check out ChooseFrom at www.ivasoft.biz