Exchange get mail from another Domain

Posted on 2006-05-04
Last Modified: 2010-03-19
How do I set up my Windows 2003 Exchange server to get mail from another domain.

IE. We own   and our emails  are

we bought another domain   and want to get mail for

Do I just tell my ISP to direct the MX traffic to my server?
How do I set up the server to get that user the mail?
Question by:jasonduncan76
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    Accepted Solution

    Greetings jasonduncan76,
    >>Exchange server to get mail from another domain


    Good Luck!

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    Author Comment

    I add the extra SMTP but when I create a new user it still only shows  the option of
    Does this matter? Will his mailbox still get the required mail?
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    Author Comment

    Nevermind just did a test on inside and outside the network and it checks ok. Thanks Naser!!!!
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    Expert Comment

    by:Naser Gabaj
    Well, Glad to see you make it, and thanks for the points.


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