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How do I send email from one e-mail but have it show a different e-mail in "from" field for replies?

I have an Exchange 2000 SP2 site. I want to set up a public folder with a public e-mail address (e.g. Public Folder name = "Info" and associated e-mail address = info@ ). How do I set the reply address so that when the people that monitor those e-mails reply, the outside person sees info@ instead of the user's personal e-mail address as the "from" address?

I know that the internal user can manually set the "from" address, but can the public folder be configured so that when you click "reply" on the toolbar, info@ is automatically inserted?


You can do this two ways: an easy way and a hard way. The easy way is to have the user manually fill out the From field. The hard way is to create a custom form that automatically fills this information in for you. For more information on using Exchange 2000 forms, check out the Exchange 2000 SDK at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/client-developer/exchange-server-development.

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