missing .local address in sbs08

setup a new sbs08 server and all works ok however i noticed that none of the users seem to have a .local address.

should i see a .local in the exchange manager and if so , how do i add the .local address
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The domain should be something.local ideally, it should not be a public domain name.

The .local should then be automatically assigned to your users.

PatrickMacCAuthor Commented:
actually the domain is set up as a .local  but i dont see the .local addresses anywhere in the exchange manager.
So if you open Exchange Management Console --> Organisation config --> Hub Transport --> Accepted domains - no domain.local?

How about email address policy, any domain.local there? Check the default policy.

If not, have you run through Windows SBS console --> network --> set up my internet address wizard?


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