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How do I add a new domain (SMTP) in the Exchange Server as primary without eliminating/disabling the current SMTP?

How do I add a new domain (SMTP) in the Exchange Server as primary without eliminating/disabling the current SMTP?

My Exchange Server is currently configured to use @organization.state.us (not the actual SMTP). We just started leasing organization.gov (not actual domain). We wanted to start using @organization.gov as our primary SMTP in our Exchange Server. I've already added it but not sure what to do next. I think I have a pretty good grip of the general process of changing it but not the specifics. Detailed information to change the configuration is appreciated. Thanks!
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philomic
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mass2612Commented:
Hi,

You will need to have an MX record setup to point the new domain to your Exchange organisation. In order to assign the users an e-mail address with the new domain you will need to created a new recipient policy. You also need to set the policy to allow your Exchange org to accept mail for the new domain.

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF010.html
How to use recipient policies to control e-mail addresses in Exchange 2003 and in Exchange 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319201
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philomicAuthor Commented:
Thanks i got it to work.
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