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Adding Virtual Domains in Microsoft Exchange 2003 and creating pop3 mail boxes for each Virtual Domain

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I'm current running a Windows 2003 Server with Microsoft exchange server 2003 and IIS 6 on it. On my exchange server i'm host 5 virtual domains. Under each virtual domain i would like to create a mail box for them. e.g. Main domain = aaa.local,  Virtual domain under exchange 2003 = ccc.com. The goal at hand is to have the virtual domain have the ability to accept mail and be configured to have it's mail picked up using pop3 protocol. e.g. user@ccc.com under the exchage virtual server can accept email and also be accessed via pop3 connection.  All virtualy host domains are real registered internet domains. The exchange 2003 server and IIS server are both running on the same machine. Is this possible or is there a solution for this kind of configuration?
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by:Walzing
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Hi,

I think this contains all you need to know:
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF010.html

Hope this helps
Bjoern
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Hi, Thanks this sounds like what i'm looking for. I'm not in front of the exchange server right now to try this configuration out but i will. So in if i went and added multiple smtp address under email address in the default policy's tab i should be able to select a diffrent email address for each new user that i create.
e.g. Primary SMTP = user@aaa.local or user@aaa.com, now with the virtual domain being hosted and added this way i should be able to select  Primary SMTP = user@ccc.local or user@ccc.com in the active directories users and computers section when creating the new user?
Exchange should create a mail box for using this new email address under the hosted virtual server?
Last question would be how to enable remote pop3 connections for any email box?


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Walzing earned 250 total points
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Hi,

POP3 ist enabled by default in Ex2k3.
If you want different primary smtp adresses you should generate different recipient policies.:
http://www.petri.co.il/configure_specific_email_addresses_for_exchange_users.htm

Hope this helps
Bjoern
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