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Old 03-02-2006, 05:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1st - this is a BES question, not Exchange so please do not move the post.

I have a MS Exchange 2003 SP2 server running on Windows 2003 SP1.

I have the Backberry Enterprise Server, latest version that was released a few days ago runninig.

I have the latest handsets, 8700c's and use Cingular as the carrier.

I have my Exchange server configured to accept multiple mail domains, meaning,,,

I get all the mail on my Blackberry as I have these accounts set up from Outlook as Pop3 accounts.

My primary smtp domain is

I want to be able from my Blackberry, when I get an email from whatever domain, to then reply to that email on the handheld and it go back to the original sender with the correct email address, not my default SMTP address.

The gotcha, I need this to work with my Exchange server sending out the mail due to reverse DNS lookups being required to match the name. Therefore Exchange has to send out the email.

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Not to mention that is NOT a BES question - its an end-user question about a split-configuration. It has nothing to do with the BES aside from you having the handheld configured for a BES server. Your other topic is in the General BlackBerry Discussion Forum - leave it there and don't post in this forum. If you have a question about the installation, configuration, troubleshooting of a BlackBerry Enterprise Server, then that's fine.

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