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how to enable ms exchange 2003 to service to domains

By colin.stratychuk ·
Is it possible to have 2 domains supproted by 1 mail server.
Domain 1 abc.com with the exchange server
Domain 2 xyz.com no exchange server but would like to use domain 1

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by CG IT In reply to how to enable ms exchange ...

Exchange can handle a number of domains.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/268838

that's one way...

Microsoft Technet has other articles.

http://search.technet.microsoft.com/search/Default.aspx?query=multiple+domains&brand=technet&locale=en-us&refinement=00&lang=en-us

there's many Exchange Server support related sites on the net... Experts-Exchange.com is one of them.

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by colin.stratychuk In reply to sure

I already have the mail server accepting mail for the second domain and users in the first domain can use that as their email address. Problem gets down to adding a user in the second domain someone@domain2.com and having their email match the logon name

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by arturo.a.abbido In reply to incoming mail

do you ave any idea accepting mail for the new SMTP from external. I know modifying only the default policy may accept incoming emails but local only or inside of your network! How about external network?

Read this!
http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-6230-0.html?forumID=101&threadID=310958&messageID=3096952

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