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By itask1 ·
Currently the company is running on a network with domain name 'abc'. The Exchange server supports the email addresses @abc.com and is part of the 'abc' domain.
Now, it is required to set up some email accounts with addresses @xyz.com, example : -123@xyz.com, - 456@xyz.com

What are the steps required to have this setup ? Is a new domain and a new set of IP addresses required ? or can it be on the same domain ? What other things needed ?

Next, how to setup users on Wins 98 or 2000 to be able to access to both domains, if possible without restarting their systems ?

Thank you.

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by McKayTech In reply to another email addresses

Actually, what you're trying to do requires just three steps. First is to have whoever hosts your DNS records create MX records for each of the new domains that point to your Exchange server.

The second is to configure the Exchange Internet MailService (properties page, routing tab - add the new domain and route to <inbound>.

Create or modify the mailboxes to use the new domain as their SMTP address. You could create a separate Recipients container and if you have a large number of users, that's probably a good idea.

At the desktop, users just need to add the new mailbox to their existing Outlook configuration and they can then open their mailboxes on both domains. Be sure and set up Send As authority if they will need to respond using either domain name.

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