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2 Domains , 2 emails one DC, one exchange

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I want to add another domain to my current network for a total of 2 domains ( domaina.local and domainb.local) . i want to be able to have my current DC (2003 standard) to handle this. I also want my exchange 2003 standard to  be able to have send and receive email for both Domains. Is there any step by step tuturials for this.?Can anyone help.
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one DC can handle one domain
exhange can have multiple smtp domain name with it.
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A domain controller can only handle one Windows domain, but Exchange can handle as many SMTP domains as you throw at it. You simply need to add the additional domain to the recipient policy.

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