Displaying e-mail addresses in Outlook 2003

By martin ·
I support a SBS2003 system that is configured to receive e-mail for two seperate domains. Everything is configured OK and working fine, however the users need to be able to see which of their e-mail domains any messages are sent to, as this info dictates how they reply. At the moment all that is displayed in the message headr is the username/alias and no reference to the smtp address that the message was sent to i.e. user@domain1 or user@domain2. Is it possible to configure either Outlook or the users Exchange mailbox to display this info alongside their username/alias?

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Display e-mail addresses in Outlook 2003

by mahansench In reply to Displaying e-mail address ...

Hi,Found this on the Microsoft site that might help:

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It is the e-mail address not the actual username

by martin In reply to Display e-mail addresses ...

Thanks for your reply, but it is the e-mail address and not the username itself that is not displayed. The user is connected to Exchange 2003, and the actual e-mail address is not displayed. It is the e-mail address that we need to see as the user has several aliases applied to his username, and he needs to be able to see which alias the message is sent to.

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