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Multiple account problems on Exchange Server

A TechRepublic member is having a problem with his Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5. If you have a solution to his dilemma, you could be awarded 600 TechPoints!

Welcome to From the Forums, a weekly column highlighting members' questions from the TechRepublic Support Forum. If you have a question that you can't seem to find an answer to, post it in the Support Republic Forums! Other TechRepublic members will try to answer your question in return for TechPoints.
Can you help me with an Exchange question?
Recently, TechRepublic passport owner, Todd, posted an interesting question in the Support Republic Forums. If you have an answer, you could be awarded 600 TechPoints!

“This might be an easy one for you guys, and I think I already know the answer, but it is worth a shot. I am running Exchange 5.5 on Windows NT 4.0. I have four e-mail domains set up and receiving on the server successfully. Some employees are receiving e-mails at all four domain addresses. Is there a way for Exchange to reply by the same domain address it was sent to instead of replying by the default domain address, which could have been another domain address? Other options are welcome.”

Win some TechPoints!
Think you can solve Todd’s little Exchange problem? If you have a solution, let him know! Visit the Support Republic Exchange/Mail Forum and leave an answer for Todd to try. If your suggestion solves his problem, you could be awarded 600 TechPoints!
As you probably know by now, you earn TechPoints whenever you use the TechRepublic site. (If you don't know how many TechPoints you have, click the My TechPoints link in our left navigation bar.) When you post a question in one of our forums, you get to designate a certain number of those points as a prize to be awarded to whomever answers your question correctly. After you post a question in a TechRepublic forum, you can check for answers periodically or request an e-mail message notifying you when someone posts an answer to your question. Follow this link to check out the threads in the forum center. Welcome to From the Forums, a weekly column highlighting members' questions from the TechRepublic Support Forum. If you have a question that you can't seem to find an answer to, post it in the Support Republic Forums! Other TechRepublic members will try to answer your question in return for TechPoints.
Can you help me with an Exchange question?
Recently, TechRepublic passport owner, Todd, posted an interesting question in the Support Republic Forums. If you have an answer, you could be awarded 600 TechPoints!

“This might be an easy one for you guys, and I think I already know the answer, but it is worth a shot. I am running Exchange 5.5 on Windows NT 4.0. I have four e-mail domains set up and receiving on the server successfully. Some employees are receiving e-mails at all four domain addresses. Is there a way for Exchange to reply by the same domain address it was sent to instead of replying by the default domain address, which could have been another domain address? Other options are welcome.”

Win some TechPoints!
Think you can solve Todd’s little Exchange problem? If you have a solution, let him know! Visit the Support Republic Exchange/Mail Forum and leave an answer for Todd to try. If your suggestion solves his problem, you could be awarded 600 TechPoints!
As you probably know by now, you earn TechPoints whenever you use the TechRepublic site. (If you don't know how many TechPoints you have, click the My TechPoints link in our left navigation bar.) When you post a question in one of our forums, you get to designate a certain number of those points as a prize to be awarded to whomever answers your question correctly. After you post a question in a TechRepublic forum, you can check for answers periodically or request an e-mail message notifying you when someone posts an answer to your question. Follow this link to check out the threads in the forum center.

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