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Posted on 2008-06-17
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Dear sir , i'm alreday buplishing the excange 2003 throught isa server 2004 , what i want to make to capibilities to send and recive e-mail from the intranet and the internet for the same user in the active directory
for exp : iwant to send username@mydomain.com from yahoo and receving it in my internal outlook and vice versa from my outlook username@mydomain.com to yahoo.com
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This is how it works by default. You assign an e-mail domain to your Exchange server and it's users, you configure MX records to point to your Exchange server (via your ISA box). Your internal users should have there primary e-mail address configured as the external internet e-mail address, username@mydomain.com

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Do you mean mail forwarding?  Read this article it explains how to set up mail forwarding.

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/mf015.html
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How you getting on with this one - Need any more help?
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