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Can i create multiple exchange domains on 1 exchange server?

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 Can i configure exchange server 2003 to recieve mail for maore than 1 domain?  EX)  widgets.com and thingys.com and doodads.com?  Is this possible?
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by:Pete Long
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Yes - you just need to add the second domain to the recipient policy :)
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Yes.  Set recipient policy to list each domain name.

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=822447
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Crossed in the post...
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Exchange System Manager
Recipients
Recipient Policies
Default Policy
Properties
E-Mail Addresses (Policy)
New
SMTP Address
Add the new mail domain

It will ask if you want to update all the recipients?

click Yes - restart the exchange services (or reboot)
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:)
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 Ok that worked great.  Any limitations to the amount of domains exchange can handle?  Or is it limited by standard vs. enterprise ed?
  Also, how to i prohibit users in seperate domains from seeing the GAL?  I do not want them to see all Users on the box, just in there own domain.
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>> Any limitations to the amount of domains exchange can handle?

No your exchange box doesnt care about domains it only cares about mailbox's a mail box called fred.bloggs can have a miriad of different email addresses but the mailbox will always just be called fred.bloggs :)

>>Also, how to i prohibit users in seperate domains from seeing the GAL?

Its a global address list it will show ALL the accounts in the exchange organisation - GAL doesnt care about domains either
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ThanQ
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