One user, multiple email domains, unique sent from addresses

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Lotus Domino 8.5.3
Our mail server is aliased for several different email domains. Now we have a user who is taking on a role that will require him to receive emails from these different domains and then reply to them with "from" names that use that same domain name. For example, he may receive email at jimmy.freon@sunday.com and jimmy.freon@monday.com. (By the way, it would be great if those emails could be delivered to the same inbox). When Jimmy responds to the email addressed to the sunday.com domain, he wants his email to be seen as coming from sunday.com. Likewise with monday.com emails. We're hoping not to require this person to have multiple Notes IDs and mail databases, but don't know if that's possible. Thank you, James Brush

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Domino 8.5.3FP1

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