secondary external e-mail address to my MS Outlook 2003 inbox?

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I have a MS Outlook Exchange e-mail address and want to receive e-mails from a secondary external e-mail address to my MS Outlook inbox? How do I set that up in Active Directory 2003?
ASKED: January 22, 2009  4:35 PM
UPDATED: January 22, 2009  6:57 PM

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In addition to your exchange account you can add a pop3 account to your outlook as well. I have several coworkers who do that. Go to tools, email accounts and choose “add a new mail account”, select pop3 to add an external mail account. This has to be done through your outlook client; you cannot simply add an external address into AD to your account because exchange will only accept an “accepted domain” email address within your existing domain as an SMTP address for your exchange email account.

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