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  • In Outlook How Do I Switch Between Domains To Send Email?

    We justed added a second domain to Exchange. We are receiving email into the default mailbox in Outlook. Is it possible to switch between the domains and send from the non default domain? We are running Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2003. Also, If I reply to an email from the new domain it is sent from the default. Is it possible to reply from the new domain?

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    Re: In Outlook How Do I Switch Between Domains To Send Email?

    Is the new domain a virtual domain i mean additional SMTP addrees or a different domain all together......?

    Regards,
    Kapil Sharma
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      Re: In Outlook How Do I Switch Between Domains To Send Email?

      As far as Exchange is concerned, all users have one email address for outbound email - the default. If you have a second domain then that is an alias used for inbound email only, not for outbound.

      If you want to send email using that second domain then you are looking at either a second account with the primary account having the relevant permissions, or a third party tool such as Choose From from ivasoft.biz.

      See my web site for more details on these options: http://www.amset.info/exchange/twodomainsoneuser.asp

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        Re: In Outlook How Do I Switch Between Domains To Send Email?

        Originally posted by kapilsharma11 View Post
        Is the new domain a virtual domain i mean additional SMTP addrees or a different domain all together......?

        Regards,
        It is a virtual domain.

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