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Exchange 2003 standard and pop and outlook 2003

By castmarkt ·
it is a windows 2003 server standard with exchange server 2003 installed on it. it is not sbs2003. 15 mailboxes. In the outlook 2003 MS exchange as default and then the users pop. The pop account settings have a place to set the reply address which is set to user@isp.com. The Exchange settings in Outllook does not seem to have a place to put the reply address. If I set the pop account to be the default, then the user can send external mail but cannot send and recieve internal e-mail, but the reply address is the correct one user@isp.com. If I set the Exchange to be the default, the user can send and rec both internal and external mail, but the reply address is not correct user@company.local. I know i want the best of both worlds. I need the users to be able to send and rec both external pop and internal exchange local mail with the reply address as user@isp.com

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by BFilmFan In reply to Exchange 2003 standard an ...

You can user a Recipient Policy to achieve this:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;249299&sd=tech

And modifying an SMTP address via a Recipient Policy:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=822447

I would recommend Jom Mc Bee's Exchange 2003 24/7 book as as an excellent resource for configuration information:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0782142508/ref=pd_sbs_b_1/002-7279504-2593663?%5Fencoding=UTF8&v=glance

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by castmarkt In reply to Exchange 2003 standard an ...

Can I add a new smtp email address using the same address as the isp pop3 account (one as smtp as user@isp.com (default)and then another as user@domain.local) in Exchange? Then on Outlook on the workstations have both the Exchange (default) account and the ISP pop3 account?

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