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How do you service multiple domains on the same exchange server?

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by ruturaj In reply to Exchange Server

You have to set up trusts.

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Exchange is on domain A.
To service multiple domains B, C. Make sure domains B & Domain C Trust Domain A.

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by interface In reply to Exchange Server

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by craig In reply to Exchange Server

If the Exchange Servers are going to be in different "Sites" as well as different Domains utilize Site connectors. If this is the case then I'll assume that you already have the Trust Relationships working. If the servers are in different Domains yet reside in the same Site, then, again if the trusts are in place you don't have to do anything to "service" them - they can be controlled and monitored at a site level.
-craig

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by interface In reply to Exchange Server

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by Exchange Admin In reply to Exchange Server

If you mean domains as in:
User1@CompanyA.com
user2@CompanyB.com

Then you can go into the internet mail service properties and then goto the routing table and select "Reroute incoming SMTP mail" and then add the different domain names in there and route them as inbound. unless you would like the users have both internet mail addresses then you route one to route to The other name. Then the user only needs to have one entry in the STMP mail addresses

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