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2 E-mail Accounts in Exchange 03

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Question - We currently have an e-mail set up with Exchange 03 but we need to add another due to us eliminating the first e-mail account (ie: group.com) and having those e-mails in that account temporarily transfered/forwarded to the new account being set up (ie:group.net). Is this an easy task? Any potential conflicts that might arise? If so, where do we begin? The Exchange Server handles e-mails for over 60+ employees. Any info is greatly appreciated
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Andres Perales earned 50 total points
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You do not need to build another exchange server, you just need to add the new domain name to the existing server.
Setup your External DNS to point the new name to the same email server.
Then setup your receipt polices to accept email to the new addresses, you users should see the new email address and the exchange server should be fine.
So you do not need to setup an entire new server for this.
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Thank you very much. Figured it wouldn't be that tricky but wanted to calm some uncertainty.
Thanks again
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Thank you very much! I appreciate your help.
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One more question, please; will one create conflict with the other?
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