Want to be able in Outlook 2007 to receive from both domains in the same mailbox but be able to choose which one to send ‘From’.

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I have a user that has two e-mail addresses belonging to two different domains both registered to our company. They want to be able in Outlook 2007 to receive from both in the same mailbox but be able to choose which one to send 'From'. The name is the same - just a different domain. In Exchange 2003 they have both e-mail addresses in their mailbox addresses and so can receive them but when they try to send using the 'From' option as the other e-mail I get the 'You do not have permission to send to this recipient' MSEXCH:MSExchangeIS:/DC=network/DC=.... error. Is there a better way of doing this? They have replaced a user that had the other domain as their default on the same exchange server and had no problems sending. It's only when trying to send as something other than the default e-mail address that it fails. Hope this makes more sense to you than it does me!

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It sounds like you mean the user has several SMTP addresses to which they are able to receive email. However only one of them is the primary SMTP email address and trying to send “from” anything but the primary gives you the error. As far as I know there is no work around for this within a single mailbox with mutiple SMTP addresses. Only the primary will show as the “from” address.

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You CAN send from both email addresses. If you edit emails using Word, Click on the arrow button next to Options and select from. If you edit emails using Outlook, the From option is in View. Just make sure the user has permissions to send as both email accounts.

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