exchange 2003 for calendar but email is POP3; create a meeting using pop3 account; outlook 2007

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Creating a meeting using pop3 account - when the invited attendees who are outside the office respond to the meeting request, the reply is addressed to the local exchange address not the address it was originally sent on (the pop3 account). The exchange email account isn't a valid address, so the attendee receives a non-delivery message. When viewing the meeting request received by the invited person, it says the following: ORGANIZER;CN="it has the local exchange email address" X-MS-OLK-SENDER;CN="it has the pop3 email address" Exchange 2003 w/sp2 and security updates and Outlook 2007 w/sp 1 I need to be able to receive their response to the meeting. So far I can't find any setting in Exchange or Outlook

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I found the answer
In Outlook go to ACCOUNTS, CHANGE, MORE SETTINGS, populate REPLY E-MAIL field with the pop3 address

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