Allow users to SEND from multiple domains

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Microsoft Exchange
Microsoft Exchange 2010
Multiple domains
I have enabled selected users on my Exchange 2010 server to RECEIVE emails sent to more than one domain (e.g., user1@domain1.org, user1@domain2.org) by the obvious means of (a) appropriae DNS records, (b) configuring Exchange to accept mail for multiple domains, and (c) assigning alternate email addresses in AD.

Drawbacks:

(1) Inbound messages always bear the address of the PRIMARY domain, so users can't tell which it was sent to. (relatively minor issue)

(2) Users cannot SEND from multiple domains (MAJOR issue). In particular, it would be nice if (a) the address/domain SENT to was preserved, and (b) replies would be FROM that same adddress/domain.

How can I best overcome these issues?

Thank you.



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ASKED: November 22, 2011  10:56 PM
UPDATED: March 6, 2012  6:49 PM

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  • Rodney00769
    Seriously... is that the only response to this question?

    Guess there's not much else you can say after Glory Johnson, but, I am having the exact same issue trying to reply from different domains.

    If anyone has a solution, besides creating different AD accounts for the users would be awesome.

    Thanks
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