This is one way to do it, but imagine doing this over 100 times a day,
not something a user (a) is likely to remember every time or (b) wants
to remember. It should (in theory) be able to happen automatically, i.e.
when in mailbox a, you are user a, when in mailbox b, you are user b and
switching should occur automatically. I guess this is something I'll
have to wait for... .
> -----Original Message-----
> Posted At: Friday, January 23, 1998 6:00 AM
> Posted To: clients
> Conversation: Outlook and multiple mailboxes.
> Subject: Re: Outlook and multiple mailboxes.
> Display the From field and select the mailbox that you want to reply
> Sue Mosher
> Author of "The Microsoft Exchange User's Guide" and
> "The Microsoft Outlook E-mail and Fax Guide"
> FAQs at Exchange Center -- http://www.slipstick.com/exchange
> >We host two organisations on our exchange servers, e.g. Company XYZ
> >Company ABC, I've allocated users who work for both organisations two
> >mailboxes (rather than two email addresses for each internet domain
> >the same mailbox), unfortunately outlook (or exchange) always uses
> >from address from the primary mailbox when responding to emails from
> >secondary mailbox, is there any way to make exchange use the
> >mailbox reply email when responding to emails in that particular
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