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I have one Win2k3 which is a DC. I have installed one exchange 2003 on a Win2k3 server. My internet mail is hosted by the ISP via pop3 and smtp. I want to create a new internet mail account in the exhange 2003 without disconnecting the ISP email. What do I need? Is adding another MX record will solve the problem? I have a local domain of company.com and my external domain is company.com.au. I need configured recepient policy to receive the email of company.com.au to the user of AD of company.com. Can someone provide me any site for this?

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you just need to set up an internet smtp connector for the new exchange to send to the internet. you will need an mx record, A and PTR setup by you isp

you can set up exchange aacounts in outlook and still have the pop 3 account to recieve from your hosted provider
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can I use the default SMTP connector for the exchange?
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yes it should be set up out of the box to accept internet mail but here you go

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/265293

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By the way, is installing the exchange 2003 in a DMZ highly recommendable? I'm planning to install web server and exchange 2003 in one server
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i would not recommend installing a exchange server in a dmz the amount of ports you need to open on your internal firewall is way to many and they are important ports to, that is why thay call putting a exchange server in a dmz turning your firwall into swiss cheese. dont do it.
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The problem is I only have one static IP for the webserver, I also want to use that IP for email which is the exchange  2003. Is it possible to have smtp connector in the IIS (same as the webserver) and install the exchange in the LAN part of the network?
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dont know to much about that configuration have never experienced but if i were to put any kind of exchange server in a dmz i would be using ipsec to encapsulate
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Ok, thanks....
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