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Exchange Server application RouteBySender for Exchange 2013 [30-October-2015] More info...     
RouteBySender for Exchange 2007/2010 [30-October-2015] More info...     
RouteBySender application allows you to route outgoing emails based on sender group membership or based on the sender's domain.
 
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Exchange Server application ChooseFrom for Exchange 2013/2016 [3-December-2015] More info...   
ChooseFrom for Exchange 2007/2010 [25-Februaury-2015] More info...   
ChooseFromOWA for Exchange 2007/2010 [27-January-2012] More info...   
An Exchange server application that allows users to send a message with any of their own SMTP addresses as the From address.
 
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Office 365 application SmartReply 2010 version 1.0.0.18
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Outlook add-in SmartReply 2010 for Microsoft Outlook 2010/2013/2016  [30-September-2015]  More info...   
This utility allows an Outlook user the ability to easily select the From address of the new, replied or forwarded message.
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Outlook add-in UniSent for Microsoft Outlook    [19-October-2015]    More information...     
An Outlook utility for Exchange Server users who need to send mail from a second mailbox. The add-in ensures that messages sent with the second mailbox's From address stay in the Sent Items of the second mailbox.
 
Outlook add-in RightFrom for Microsoft Outlook    [30-Septemeber-2015]    More information...     
This utility is aimed at Outlook users that have access to multiple mailboxes. It will automatically fill in the correct From address based on the current mailbox, even if the default From is different.
   
Exchange Server application SendAsGroup for Exchange 2007/2010/2013 [15-August-2013] More information...     
This application can substitute the From address of any e-mail sent by distibution group members for the group e-mail address. This ensures that replies to a message will go back to the group, not to the message author.
   
Outlook application TuneReplyAll for Outlook 2010/2013    [1-May-2015]    More information...     
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This utility will change the behavior of Outlook when you are replying to all.
   
Exchange Server application Resolvac for Exchange 2007/2010 [20-December-2010] More information...     
Resolvac forces Exchange 2007/2010 to show the sender display name as it saved in the Global Address List.
   
Exchange Server application SelectiveSenderName for Exchange 2013    [15-June-2015]    More information...   
SelectiveSenderName for Exchange 2007/2010    [7-June-2010]    More information...   
SelectiveSenderName utility allows you to set "Simple Display Name" attribute as a display name of the sender based on recipient's e-mail domain or on recipient's group membership.
 
Exchange Server application CentralUniSent for Exchange 2013 [29-May-2014] More information...     
CentralUniSent for Exchange 2010 [20-July-2012] More information...   
CentralUniSent utility ensures that the message sent with the non-personal From address will be moved to the Sent Items folder of the mailbox the message was sent from.
   
Exchange Server application HeaderRewriter for Exchange 2007/2010/2013    [5-November-2013]    More information...     
HeaderRewriter allows an Exchange administrator to substitute any substring in the following SMTP headers of outgoing messages:
  1. Message-ID
  2. In-Reply-To
  3. References
   
Outlook add-in SetFrom for Outlook 2013    [22-July-2015]    More information...     
SetFrom for Outlook 2007/2010    [2-November-2014]    More information...     
This utility allows you to set up the default From or Reply-to address value for Microsoft Outlook. It inserts automatically any address/alias to the "From:" or "Have replies sent to:" field of each outgoing message.
   
Exchange Server application RightPostmaster for Exchange 2013    [23-November-2013]    More information...     
RightPostmaster for Exchange 2007/2010 [23-November-2009] More information...   
If your Exchange server hosts multiple mail domains, e.g. domain1.com, domain2.com,domain3.com, this application correlates Non Delivery Reports (NDR) with domains, so that a NDR related to domain2.com will be sent from postmaster@domain2.com, and a NDR related to domain3.com will be sent from postmaster@domain3.com.
   
Exchange Server application ChangeMessageClass for Exchange 2010 [8-October-2015] More information...     
ChangeMessageClassPF for Exchange 2010 [28-May-2012] More information...   
These applications can change the message class for incoming messages from the default to custom one. Use ChangeMessageClass/ChangeMessageClassPF if you have created a custom Outlook form and you want to convert every message delivered to the mailbox or public folder into this custom form immediately after receiving.
   
Exchange Server application Read Receipt Remover for Exchange 2007/2010 [3-August-2012] More information...     
Read Receipt Remover application can remove the read receipt request from each inbound e-mail message delivered to default Inbox folder of user's personal mailbox. So the Read Notification will never be sent back to the message originator.
   
Exchange Server application WhichAddress for Exchange 2010 [2-June-2014] More information...     
These applications allow you to see what address the message was originally sent to, assuming you have multiple SMTP addresses. So the actual SMTP address can be displayed in Outlook instead of mailbox name.
   
Exchange Server application NoBCC for Exchange 2010 [22-December-2015] More information...     
NoBCC for Exchange 2013/2016 [7-January-2016] More information...   
This application removes the BCC addresses from the outgoing emails.
   
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