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Exchange 2003: how to set a different reply-to address?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by GOTzMADsKILLz, Jun 7, 2007.

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  1. GOTzMADsKILLz

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    I'd like to see if there's a way to change the reply-to address for domain users who are setup to a Windows 2003 Small Business Server R2 running Exchange.

    All were on POP accounts, and still are, as I haven't had the go ahead yet to bring in their external emails to the Exchange Server yet but currently (since I had to import their PST files into Exchange after resetting their Outlook 2003s for the Exchange OST files) any emails they reply to from before the change over it automatically sets the Account it's set from to there [email protected]l account and it's a bit of a pain since most emails are getting bounced back since these people have 0 Computer knowledge and constantly forget to change the Account the email is supposed to be sent from to their POP3 account...

    Any help is appreciated and will aleve me of my headaches if I can just get the .local account to email out with the replyto coming from their pop account by default regardless of which account it uses.
     
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