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I am somewhat of an Exchange newbie.  Basically, I've inherited an Exchange Server that hosts 4 mail domains, all for different companies.  A new one needs to be added with a new domain.  We've already procured the domain and forwarded the MX records to our Exchange server.  What do I need to do in the Exchange Server to make this work?
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I am assuming you mean exchange 2003?
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/268838

If exchange 2007 its completely different and you will need to setup a new authorative domain
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