[ExchangeList] Possible to maintain ability to use 'send with' functionality of Outlook with multiple accounts including exchange?

  • From: Devin McBride <devin@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 01 May 2006 22:56:41 -0700

http://www.msexchange.org
-------------------------------------------------------Anyone know if it is 
possible to use the 'send using account' functionality
with multiple accounts including an exchange account?

Here is my situation.  I understand that exchange will always send using the
default smtp address for a given user.  The problem is, I need the ability
to select a different account to use 'every now and then'.  Not all the
time...very randomly actually.  For the sake of the least amount of
confusion for the user, I would still like to have all email come to the
same box so only a single box need be opened for all activities.

For example:
User has the following 3 emails:
user@xxxxxxxxxx (exchange account)
user@xxxxxxxxxxx (pop3 account)
user@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (pop3 account)
**All 3 accounts are setup with GFI pop downloading and download directly
into exchange.  Consequently, I have smtp recipient policies for verizon and
speakeasy.

Is there any functional 3rd party app to allow a send-using type command
within outlook?  We don't mind licensing it as long as it will work.

Thanks!
Devin

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