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    setting up an alias, Outlook 2003 / exchange 2007

    I have setup email aliases before, just make a new email address in an existing user account and they can get email sent to both addresses. I was wondering how I'd configure emails sent to the secondary alias to have a return address set as the same.

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    Hi,

    You can only have one primary email address. The primary address is the one with SMTP (in captials). This will be the return address when email is sent from this user. If you want the secondary email address to be the return address, then you must make this one the primary SMTP address for the user.

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