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Folks! Our network has several organizations using an Exchange server. Every user has several email accounts such as,, and is using Outlook 2007. What do I configure such that when the user gets email for account test@company2 and replies back to it, the email will say test@company2? And when the user gets email for account test@company3 and replies to it, the email@company3? Thanks, in advance, for your help!

Sincerely, Charles

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There is no direct (out-of-the-box) way to do that. In Outlook 2010 you can have multiple Exchange accounts. In 2007 you cannot.

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