External email sending

By twescombe ·
I have a number of external clients who belong to an independant domain who wish to use their email accounts from my exchange server from these external domains.

My question is, is there anything I can do on my end to enable them to send emails from their external exchange server, through their email addresses at my domain, or is a cange required at the independant domain exchange?

eg. User is logged in to a domain with an exchange account User also has an exchange account on my domain, and wants to send emails from the email account while logged in to

What is the best way to go about allowing emails to be sent through xyz while logged in to abcd?

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by ThumbsUp2 In reply to External email sending

Excuse me for asking, but why on earth would you want to do that?

Personally, I don't think it's possible. If I'm not mistaken, you create a profile to log into each exchange server and you can only be logged into one at a time by selecting the profile to use at login time.

Why not just have them create another profile, select it at login time and log into your exchange server instead of their own, send their mail, log out and go back to their own profile/server? If it's a case of having stuff stored on one server that they want to send THROUGH another server so it's not traced back to their own.... well.... I'm not going to go there.

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Cheers for hte reply

by twescombe In reply to re: external email sendin ...

The issue is they are offsite workers already connected to another domain with it's own exchange server which has nothing to do with the domain they are trying to send emails from (ours). Believe me, it's a very strange situation but these staff members are employed by another firm but do work for us.

The profile is workable, I can do something with that.

Thanks for the post!



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