Send E-mail from outlook in sbs2003 domain with different e-mail address

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Microsoft Exchange 2003
Microsoft Outlook
POP3 accounts
SBS 2003
Hello all, We have exchange2003 installed on sbs2003 r2. We have a registered domain name CompanyName.nl I configured the internet connection by means of the CIEW. The E-mail is downloaded by means of the built-in pop3 connector and distributed to the users in the domain like User@CompanyName.nl When the users in the domain send E-mail it looks like user@companyName.nl (CIEW create this by default) We have another pop3 mailbox at our ISP which looks like info@anotherCompanyName.nl I configured the built-in pop3 connector to download from this mailbox and distribute the mail to a user called -Info- in our domain. I can make the inbox of -Info- visible and accessible to user1 in our domain. And now the question: How can I give User1 the possibility to send as Info with the E-mail address info@anothercompanyName.nl Best regards Ilja zwolsman

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Using any email client you can configure multiple accounts. Create a secondary account for the info@anotherCompanyName.nl account that will be used for sending. You need to make sure that this account does not remove messages from the server. This will allow the messages to continue flowing into your info mailbox.

You can select this account when you are looking to send a message out using this account, If you use Outlook 2003 or newer there is a drop down menu on the new message screen that allows you to select your account that you want to use for this message. Being able to change this on a per case basis is very important and easy.

You did not mention the client that you use but if you need additional assistance let me know and I will walk you through it.

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