In some SMTP server implementations (i.e. Postfix) you can enable
X-Original-To headers that will be added to your email. (or
This is very helpful with distribution lists to determine which e-mail address the mail has been redirected to.
So, when the mail has been sent to
email@example.com, you can see in the
Envelope-To header that it has been redirected (distributed) to
firstname.lastname@example.org, which is one of many other e-mail addresses that are linked to a single mailbox.
How do I find which address was used to deliver this mail to a specific mailbox on Microsoft Exchange 2010?
Looking at the plain message (with all headers) i can not find any information that the mail arrived via address
I think I need the
Delivered-To header (or a similar one) to be set on Microsoft Exchange when a mail is delivered via distribution lists.
Is there any way to enable such header in Exchange 2010?
I need it so that our Ticket system (OTRS) correctly recognizes where the ticket belongs to. Adding all the e-mail addresses of all distribution lists to the system configuration is not the right solution.
And if there is a solution for Exchange 2010, is this possibly also applicable to Exchange 2007?