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Front End server FQDN different than FQDN of domain the server resides on?

Ok, I am setting up a front end server for our organization, I am going through the planning right now and am stumped on one thing.

Lets say my domain is GB123.com

now lets say i want to access my front end or OWA by typring https://mail.domainname.com

hence you can see I don't want to access the server with the domain name of my network.  Can the FQDN of the server be different than the domain the server is actually on?  I just don't want people to have to type the internal domain name when typing in the server name?

any help?
1 Solution
Sure it can!  You just have to modify the DNS 'A' records for mail.domainname.com to point to your public IP address of your exchange server.  



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