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Old 03-22-2012, 11:58 PM
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Default exchange help

I have a client that has an exchange server that is running well. He now wants certain people ( 4 out of 50) to get email from a different domain. I have followed this guide and it works but the email is just put into his normal inbox and called his name, when replaying his replying it uses his original domain.

My question as I can't figure how how to put in to words to google is

Can he have a separate inbox for the second domain
How can he get the option to send from the second domain.

Even if you can tell me what to search for I will research it.

He is running exchange 2010 on server 2008 R2 Everyone in the office is running office 2007 but some are using OWA only
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Old 03-23-2012, 02:47 PM
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Exchange has the "default recipient policy" when you set it up....you name active directory, you tell Exchange what the domain e-mail address will be that it receives e-mail for..and that's the default.

Say we want to have Exchange receive e-mails for another e-mail domain..and plop them to the users mailbox. Those are additional recipient policies. But for some reason...Microsoft (at least as far as I can tell) doesn't allow you to easily select that additional domain e-mail address to "send from".

But I have seen this approach...sorta make a 3-way ring about it, but looks to get the job done.
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You should be able to add a second accepted domain and create a user with the email address desired then give the other user send as permissions
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