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Single Frontend with mutiple exchange with different domain AD

Posted on 2008-06-18
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Hi,

Recently we have setup a new exchange server for our new domainB. Our current setup already have domainA as exchange frontend/backend setup.

My question is can i have OWA logon page on the same frontend server which has the logoon page for domainA.

user@domainA.com                              user@domainB.com
           |                                                             |
           |                                                             |
           |                        OWA                            |
           ---------------- FrontEnd -------------------
                                        |
                                        |
                                        |
           ----------------------------------------------
           |                                                             |
           |                                                             |
           |                                                             |
Exchange (BE)                                      Exchange (BE)
DomainA.com                                         DomainB.com

So my point is single server acting as frontend for two different exchange servers.

Hope its understood.
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Because each frontend had to be in the same domain as the be server, this can not be done.  You would have to have a different front end back end for each domain...unless you are talking about mail domains.. you can have multiple mail domains setup for the front end and then the back end if your domain are in the same root domain and your exchange servers are a part of that root domain and your users are in child domains.

Hope that made sense...LOL
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by:Wrathyimp
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Thanks for the input, my scenario has two Active Directorys, i.e. DomainA and DomainB. And both are separate networks, not connecting from the domain (AD) point. Well on the same LAN.

So there is no options to have such setup.

Can IIS be configured to have both the OWA logon screens.
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