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We have 2 domains we receive emails for in our Exchange 2003 server.  However, only a few users should the second domain as an email address.  Is there a way so that when I initially create a user that it doesn't insert the second domain smtp email address just the first default domain?  I can always manually add the second domain for users that needs it.

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So how do you have it so that exchange handles all the emails from both of the domains and yet when creating a user it only defines the 1st domain and doesn't insert the second domain?  thanks.
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