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Adding email domains to an SBS 2003 Server

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I'm setting up a new SBS 2003 server with the domain name mydomain.co.uk.

I want to receive emails for the companies four regd domains:

mydomain.co.uk
my-domain.co.uk
mydomain.com
my-domain.com

I thought I only needed to go into System Manager > Recipients > Recipient Policies and add the other 3 domains. However, it still only receives emails for the main domain.

Thanks for any ideas.

Mike




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are the mx records of the new domains pointing to your exchange server?
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Yes they are, all four
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rakeshmiglani earned 500 total points
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when you add a new domain in the recipient policy, there is a small checkbox which also needs to be checked
it is called This Exchange Organization is responsible for all mail delivery to the address.

is it checked for all the domains?
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Yes, it was ticked (by default) when each domain was added.
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by:rakeshmiglani
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the settings are configured correctly.
what error do the senders get when they send a message to email addresses of these new domains?
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Rakesh - I think it may be okay now. I will be able to check properly tomorrow.
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When I went onsite to check this the other domain were unticked.
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