From Address in Exchange 2003

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Does anyone know how I can change the from address that Exchange uses when sending mail? Our network uses an internal domain (.local), and exchange puts that as the domain for all emails that are sent. How can I make it use our regular external email domain (.com) on all emails instead? Thanks!

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Open System manager, expand the Recipient folder, right click on Recipient Policies and select properties. Click on the Default Policy Properties tab and select the address that show your .com domain. Then click the Set as Primary button. This will make that address the primary address for all of your mailbox objects.

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  • Jeremybbarnes
    Also, I'm using Exchange 2003. Thanks!
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