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Multidomain Names in Single DC

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How can add more domain Names in Single DC. For example my domain controller has domain name lhr.pol.com. i want to add pol.com and pol.com.pk domain name. When i create exchange email address it give me choice for mailing address. Kindly Reply me Quickly....
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The domain name of your Active Directory is not related to the your e-mail domain.
Assuming that you mean to add more e-mail domain names, you can do that by adding them to the existing Exchange Recipient Policy or by creating new recipient polcies. You have to have each domain in the recipient policy, or Exchange will not accept mails for the particular domain.

Hope this answers your question

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