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Implimenting Multiple domains on Exchange 2003

Posted on 2004-04-01
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Hi experts,

Recently my company installed exchange 2003 (cluster) server on windows 2003 (cluster)
We need to add couple of domains on this exchange server to be the only central place for our all emails.
We have 3 domains registered, 1 the primary is hosted in our premises, and outher 2 hosted by various hosting companies,
There is no problem for the primary domain which is totally hosted by our company.
But we would like to add the rest two domain users to use the same exchange server for email transferings.
We want the exchange servers to pull all the accounts and mailboxes on this server and route the emails from this server,
and also have our mailboxes on the web hosting servers too.
One Domain is hosted on Yahoo websites, and the other one is on Aplus.net;

So please guide us on howto setup multiple email hosting server on our exchange server.

thank you,

pls ask questions if not clear...
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Configuring Exchange to Receive Mail from Multiple Domains
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;q268838
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