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Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Exchange 2007 Sending mail from an secondary accepted domain in Technical; I have an Exchange 2k7 server. I've setup a second domain (tied to a website) as an accepted domain in ...
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    Exchange 2007 Sending mail from an secondary accepted domain

    I have an Exchange 2k7 server. I've setup a second domain (tied to a website) as an accepted domain in the Hub Transport and updated the . I've also added a STMP email address to my test mailbox and can recieve email sent to this SMTP email address fine. Now I want to be able to send email from this address in Outlook. I've checked the 'Send As' options and can't see anything obvious. Any ideas?

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    I thought you just select the 'FROM' option within outlook, and providing you had access to that mailbox to send-as any of the SMTP Address (If not logged into that mailbox) it would work?

    Unless I'm mistaken! :-)

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    The 'From' only shows the primary email address and another unrelated email address for another IMAP/SMTP server setup. It does not let me choose the secondary SMTP address listed in the mailboxes Email Addresses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    The 'From' only shows the primary email address and another unrelated email address for another IMAP/SMTP server setup. It does not let me choose the secondary SMTP address listed in the mailboxes Email Addresses.
    You should just be able to type it in?

    Sorry I can't check my configuration in the lab at the moment [grrr]

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    Type it in where? On outlook 2010 it's a drop down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Type it in where? On outlook 2010 it's a drop down.
    ah you see I am using 2013, I thought you selected 'other' and then just type it in?

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    Bounced.

    Code:
    SMTP error from remote mail server after MAIL FROM:<test@fleetpoint.org> SIZE=6802:
        host mail.3dmg.co.uk [94.250.226.131]: 550 5.7.1 Client does not have permissions to send as this sender

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    do you have send-as permissions?

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    Send as what account? The mail address is on the users own mailbox

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    Is NT Authority\SELF in the list?

    Works for me here..

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    Yes it is.

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    Hmm... Maybe I am missing something then but I thought that was the way you did or at least that is what I have done in the past. I have just checked Google which I imagine you have done anyway.. and that seems to say the same thing Exchangepedia | HOW TO: Send as alternate email address

    Maybe it's an Exchange 2007 thing... works fine in my lab but it's EXCH2010 / 2013

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    Ok, as I originally pointed out this is for an entirely different domain to the primary email address on the mailbox. So primary is user@domain.co.uk and the secondary is genericaccount@somewebsite.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Ok, as I originally pointed out this is for an entirely different domain to the primary email address on the mailbox. So primary is user@domain.co.uk and the secondary is genericaccount@somewebsite.com
    You say you have added it as a Accepted Domain, Is it an Authoritive Domain? How is your Send Connector Setup?

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    Yes it's authoritative. What do you want to know about the Send connector?



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