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Second Domain in exchange?

Posted on 2008-11-03
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We own two domains that we get e-mail on.  One has been succesfully moved to direct delivery, one remains at the e-mail host.  We have several aliases setup that dump to one mail box configured at the host.  I would like to keep the same configuration, so we would have sales@abc.com, support@abc.com and so one dump into one mailbox that is accessable to many users.  Is this possible in the SBS server implmentation of Exchange?  
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Just add the new domain to your existing recipient policy or make a new one for it. Manually add the new aliasses to the mailbox.
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