Change Reply Address in Exchange 2003

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We are using BlackBerry Enterprise Server in a hosted environment; when we send out the demo handhelds devices we forward the prospects current email (i.e me@abc.com ) to their newly created mailbox on our Exchange server (i.e. temp@defg.com). This works great accept for when they reply, they are replying from our domain and we need it to appear as if it were coming from me@abc.com. Anybody know of a solution or work around?

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On the email addressed tab of each user, you could add their address, me@abc.com, as an SMTP address for their Exchange mailbox. Then, set this address as the default address.

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  • Kbinger
    I did try that, however it didn't seem to work. I was using mailboxes internally though to test it...I think I'll re-try it using some external mailboxes now that you have confirmed this as a solution. Thanks for the reply...
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  • Kbinger
    Yup...that worked. Thanks a bunch.
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