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How to set up my exchange on my SBS 2003 to support mailbox on different domains?

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I have installed on my lab Windows SBS  now I am setting up the exchange server. I would like to know if it's possible to make my exchange server to support different mailbox on different domains (I.E: admin@domainA.com, admin@domainB.com, admin@domainC.com)
Thanks for your assistance,

Thanks in advance,
Boaz Galil.
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Thanks and good luck!
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