My Company currently uses an ISP pop3 mail. I am setting up an Exchange2000 server for using the calendar only.
Say my current email is email@example.com. I create the exchange with @newdomain.com. I changed the recipient policies and added a new SMTP address with @olddomain.com so that my reply-address will be @olddomain.com. This works fine when I send an email to outside address.
But when a user within the @newdomain.com sends an email to the firstname.lastname@example.org it is getting delivered in the new exchange server mailbox itself, which I don't want. I want all the emails addressed to @olddomain.com to go to my ISP and keep my reply-to address as @olddomain.com. How do I do this?
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