RE: How to send using different email addresses from a single account

  • From: Ara Avvali <avvali@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 1 Jan 2006 10:19:38 -0800

This might help. Create your rule on outlook based on keyword in message header 
â this way work for me

From: Devin McBride [mailto:devin@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Sunday, January 01, 2006 8:55 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] RE: How to send using different email addresses from a 
single account
Below is what I am seeing.  Here is the setup:
*     Have recipient policy setup for and is active
*     My user 'Devin McBride' has the following SMTP addresses:
            *obviously the .local is our actual domain with the      
    and being added in afterwards into the        
recipient policy (using pop3 connector for both and  domain
*     I sent this original email using webmail with the 3rd party email, as   
you can see it is addressed from devin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
*     The pop3 connector is set to download received mail from the 3rd party, 
and proceed to send directly to that same email (ie:     
After it downloads from the 3rd party host, and sends to that same address 
(which is setup as another SMTP address with my user) exchange does grab it, 
but as you can see in the message right below, the 'To:' user is just Devin 
McBride (not devin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ) which is a problem because even if 
I filter using the 'specific words in the recipient's address', Outlook 
doesnât see 'devin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' as being specific words in the 
recipients address and therefore does not do anything.
Inversely, if I change the rule to be based on 'To People or Distribution List' 
and I use 'devin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' as the keyword, Outlook filters ALL 
email as being 'to devin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' even if it was addressed to 
'devin@xxxxxxxxxx' or even if it was sent locally to 'devin@xxxxxxxxxxxx'.
Does this help to further clarify the issue I am seeing?  It really seems like 
1) it is either all or nothing; or 2) I am doing something drastically wrong 
with the filters.
Thanks in advance for any ideas!
-----Original Message-----
From: John xxxx [mailto:john@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 4:00 PM
To: Devin McBride
Subject: RE: First Meeting
Message here
-----Original Message-----
From: devin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:devin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 3:20 PM
To: John xxxx
Subject: Re: First Meeting
Message here
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