Setting up alias to send/receive emails on behalf of second domain

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    mr.allawi
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    I have two domains. Domain A is the domain set on the Windows Server and the Exchange server. My company receives emails to another domain (domain B). Domain B is not set up with any Windows/Exchange server. I would like to send emails on behalf of domain B by logging into domain A as well receive emails. The users are the same. Example scenario:

    John Smith logs into his computer with his username, he receives email from both [EMAIL=”‘[email protected]'”][email protected][/EMAIL] and [EMAIL=”‘[email protected]'”][email protected][/EMAIL]

    John Smith can send an email and choose between [EMAIL=”‘[email protected]'”][email protected][/EMAIL] and [EMAIL=”[email protected]'”][email protected][/EMAIL] in the ‘Send from’ box.

    I have already set up Accepted Domains, and I can receive emails from domain B but I can’t see if it came from domain B, when checking who its sent to, it says [EMAIL=”‘[email protected]'”][email protected][/EMAIL] when it should say [EMAIL=”‘[email protected]'”][email protected][/EMAIL] .

    What am I doing wrong or what else do I need to do?

    Appreciate your help guys

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