I have a an SBS 2003 server in my office, but i have some users who belong to two different domains.
For instance, the primary domain ” [email protected]” and the secondary domain is ” [email protected]“.
When sending mail, it will always arrive to destination with the primary address domain ” [email protected]“. How do i do to send a mail with secondary email address without creating another profile or creating another user?
by the way i tried to send a mail by filling the “from” tab in the email but i receive a error that says “MSEXCH:MSExchangeIS:/DC=Local/DC=DOMAIN:domain-SRV
YOU DO NOT HAVE PERMISSION TO SEND THIS MESSAGE”
This is becoming a FAQ, not only for SBS but Exchange in general. There are arguments pro and against why this is not included, but my method/answer is given in my previous post here: http://forums.petri.com/showthread.php?t=9992 (look for it in two parts)
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