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Exchange Forwards for Split Domain?

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Hi,

We're running SBS2003 including exchange.  Our primary domain is hosted locally on that box, but our website is remotely hosted with a third party.  Tied into that, our email goes through the remote hosting location (only external, not local obviously) because our domain name is registered that way.

We're having a bit of an issue with our consultants who have external (read thirdparty) email accounts, but have no domain account because they shouldn't have user-level access to our servers.

I know I can just create domain users for each of them, but I was hoping there was a better solution (like Exchange Forwarding) to resolve this without comprimising security.

Any thoughts?

aj

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