Change reply to address in outlook 2003 client (exchange)


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John Lenz

I have exchange running on SBS and my outlook client in WinXP. I have an ISP
email account that is accessed via exchange POPmail. I can receive my ISP
incoming eMail into the outlook client.

Problem:

When I send an email from the outlook client, it uses my server exchange
account name -> John Lenz(desktop) as the reply to address. I do not have my
exchange server visible to the web (no MX pointer record) and have no plans
to. I will stay with my ISP address.

Question:

How do I set the email return address to my ISP email address not my
internal server account?

Thanks

John
 
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J

johnsanto2

I have exchange running on SBS and my outlook client in WinXP. I have an ISP
email account that is accessed via exchange POPmail. I can receive my ISP
incoming eMail into the outlook client.

Problem:

When I send an email from the outlook client, it uses my server exchange
account name -> John Lenz(desktop) as the reply to address. I do not have my
exchange server visible to the web (no MX pointer record) and have no plans
to. I will stay with my ISP address.

Question:

How do I set the email return address to my ISP email address not my
internal server account?

Thanks

John

Go into Server Management on your SB Server, Users then double click a
user, click E-mail Addresses tab click add choose smtp, Enter the
outside email address you wish to appear, click OK Untick the
"automatically update email addresses...." click "set as primary" with
your new smtp address selected. click OK Do next. and remember
"wherever you go there you are".

One John to another:)
 

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