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Small bus. server 2003- Exchange support two company names / domains

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Running small bus. edition 2003 server and have it setup so they receive email for one domain.
They currently merged w/ another company so they have a new company name and need the exchange server
to be able to send / receive on both using the old name ( just for  a fewmonths longer) and the new company name.

They said they don't care if their A.D -netbios name stays the same .

They only require that the exchange server be able to send / receive mail for both company names / domains registered.

Can /How do i configure this server to handle both. Can exchange small bus. edition 2003 perform this task?

thanks.
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