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Hosting multiple smtp domains on exchange 2007

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Can someone refer a document that clearly describes how you can host multiple SMTP domains on exchange 2007? I have two AD domains. Can they both be hosted on the same server? Users should get the choice to log on to domain A or domain B and open their respective mailboxes.
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This is the documentation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996314.aspx
Hope it could help you.
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> I have two AD domains

Are they within the same forest?

Mailboxes (and accounts for those mailboxes) must exist in the forest hosting the Exchange Server.

You could grant permission to log onto those mailboxes to an account on a trusted domain, but that still means duplication of user accounts.

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