No, they can open them both at once by specifying additional mailboxes in
Exchange server service properties in Outlook.
Remember, they have to use the From field to send from another address.
> Do you mean creating 2 mapi profiles on the client? This will give
> user access to either mailbox but not both at the same time?
> AL, MCSE
> "Why curse the darkness when you can light a candle"
> MCSE page http://members.tripodasia.com.sg/alloo/mcse.htm
> Palm page http://www.alfredivy.per.sg/users/alloo/palm.htm
> > Create the two mailboxes, add them to the users mapi profiles on the
> > and then give them Send As permissions over the mailbox you've created
> > --
> > Mark Arnold,MCSE
> > http://www.swinc.com/resource/exch_faq.htm
> > > Hi,
> > > Is it possible for a user to use (read and send email) 2
> > > mail box at the same time. Without logging in and out
> > > ?
> > > I have staff that are going to wear 2 hats. 1 hat in company A,
> > > other in company B. We want to have our originating email address
> > > I have added in A.com and B.com into my Exchange (5.5 sp3 on
> > > TIA
> > > --
> > > AL, MCSE
> > > "Why curse the darkness when you can light a candle"
> > > MCSE page http://members.tripodasia.com.sg/alloo/mcse.htm
> > > Palm page http://www.alfredivy.per.sg/users/alloo/palm.htm