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Collecting Mail via SMTP for an additional email address on SBS2003 Exchange Server

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I am using an SBS2003 server called sbserver.local and have just switched a client from a POP3 mail connector to SMTP for mydomain.com. All users logon to the SBS Server with their full name eg user johnsmith and email address johnsmith@mydomain.com. This works fine.

However 1 user has an additional email address js@mydomain.com. When I used the POP3 connector I simply collected email form the two POP3 accounts at the ISP and directed both johnsmith@mydomain.com and js@mydomain.com to his exchange mailbox.

Now that I am using SMTP how do I collect email for this second address js@mydomain.com so that it ends up in john Smiths Mailbox.? Thanks
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assign js@mydomain.com as an additional smtp address to johnsmith in the user's account properties in AD
this way, any email sent to js@mydomain.com or johnsmith@mydomain.com will be delivered to johnsmith
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Works 100%...Thanks
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