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Microsoft Exchange second domain email aliasing

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We just built a new server with a new domain, microsoft exchange 2000 handles our email server. Can we have microsoft exchange handle email sent to our old domain and forward the old domain emails to the new mailboxes?

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Yes, you can.  If the old domain was pop (isp hosted), just add a pop mail connector, and add the old usernames/password/addresses to the connector and associate them with the new domain.  If the old domain was hosted by your old exchange server, add a new internet mail connector
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