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Where find IMC domain routing in Exchange2000

Posted on 2002-07-27
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I have upgraded my Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000 in last day.
My IMC (5.5) routing tab have two domain name. My principal domain is mydomain.com and route inbound, the second is olddomain.com and route to mydomain.com. If a receive a email for xxx@olddomain.com Exchange forward immediately to xxx@mydomain.com

Where can I find the same functionality in Exchange 2000.



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If there is a recipient policy for mydomain.com then mail will be accepted for this domain. If you have users who need mail delivered to them but are having sent to olddomain.com then you need to add a recipient policy for this - filtered for the users who need the old domain address. When you create the policy there is a check box which says that your exchange server will accept mail for this address. The exchange server will then attempt to match the address to your recipients.
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