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How to configure Exchange 2003 to handle mail from an external domain

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Here is the scenario:

I have 2 Exchange 2003 Servers in my domain: MyCompany.com.
We also have a subsidiary company (with different name: ABC.com) operating within the same building and connected to our network. However, their email is being hosted by an outside company and forwarded to @MyCompany.com (our email system).

They have numerous problems with their email system, so they want us to host/manage their email, but no as @MyCompany.com, but as theirs, @ABC.com.

How do I setup one of my exchange servers to host/handle their emails separately as @ABC.com and not as @MyCompany.com, so they can receive and send emails as ABC.com?

Any Ideas?
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First, I appologize for taking so long to get back with you. I got very busy yesterday.

James, thanks a lot for pointing me into the right direction. That link worked just great for me. It was the perfect solution.

Alex
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Glad to help.  I had to do a similar operation recently and that was what helped me through as well.
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