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    another exchange problem!

    Apologies I'm a slight exchange n00b so here is the second question of the day.

    We want to run two mail services side by side: RM easymail (for the kids because they know this service and they don't use e-mail the way we can warrant paying for CALS for students) and Exchange.

    We have this operating BUT all emails from exchange are currently being sent from @Staff.school.lea.sch.uk

    Is there any way I can mask their address to @school.lea.sch.uk - forwarding to staff. from Easymail - but still be apparant to anyone I send an e-mail to that my address is @school.lea.sch.uk.

    any help would be appreciated, ta

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    you could make it so students use @students.school.com and use that on your RM box.

    The current setting that point to your RM box point to exchange.

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    Thanks for the reply FN-GM, but unfortunatley that won't be poss ( i did think of doing it this way). LEA wont allow it as the box is hosted with them - and I'd prefer not to.

    Any other suggestions?

    Cheers.

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    Have you tried setting an additional email address for each user and set that address to be the default reply one. (Email tab, untick the checkbox first, then add new address and set to default)

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