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Adding a second Domain to a single PDC

Posted on 2004-04-12
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Here is my question.  I have a single pdc running exchange 2000, I want to add a second mail domain to that pdc and exchange server.  Is it possible, and is it worth it.  I want 2 domains that we can get mail from.  Also will it be possible to setup both domains in one outlook client without switching both of them around?
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start system manager, under  Recepient\Recepient Policies\Default Policy

view the properties and add then second domain under the Email Addresses (Policy tab)

the above is for E2k3  but I will assume it is adentical to E2k

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