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Need to completely remove domain from Exchange Server 2003

Posted on 2006-06-26
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Hi everyone, sold one of our divisions and the new company now owns the division's corresponding domain, I'd like to check to be sure consultant has completely removed this domain from our Exchange Server so no mail from this domain hits us -- can you help?
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So one Exchange Server hosts 4 Domains. Do these domains have anything to do with each other or they are completely separate?
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Completely separate
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rakeshmiglani earned 250 total points
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you can check the recipient policies to see whether this domain is listed there any where and the check box "this exchange ORG is responsible for email delivery" is checked or not.
secondly if the domain has been changed then the Mx record of that domain must also have been pointed to the new ip address instead of your server's ip or your firewall
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Found it!  Thanks rakeshmiglani.  
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