We use SBS 2003 R2 and clients with either Win XP Pro or Vista Ultimate. Furthermore it has multiple PDAs with either Win Mobil

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We use SBS 2003 R2 and clients with either Win XP Pro or Vista Ultimate. Furthermore it has multiple PDAs (All HTC TyTn I of II) with either Win Mobile 5 or 6. The problem is that some users need to use multiple mail accounts on different domains. Eg user1@domain1.nl, user1@domain2.com The POP3 connector is configured that all mail from all pop accounts are routed to the users exchange account. The problem is sending messages from different accounts from PDA as well as via Outlook web access. It is not possible to choose from which account a user wants to send a email. Is it possible to configure SBS and PDA so this becomes a possibility? Thanks in advance for your reaction.

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If they are all being sent to their exchange email account and the exchange account is what the mobile device is set up with then whatever their exchange primary SMTP address is will be what shows as their reply address. That is what exchange uses to define the sender’s identity.
They can set up more than one account on the mobile device, however. For instance I have both an exchange account and my comcast email account set up on my HTC mobile device (mobile 6). If I answer from the comcast set up account, it will show my comcast email address as the address it was sent from.

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