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Adding a 2nd domain to Exchange 2007 on SBS 2008 box

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Client has domainA.com configured on their SBS  2008 box.
Client has purchased a new company and wants to have domainB.com emails sent to the Exchange server.  Client has issues with POP3 servers and wants local control so using POP3 connector won’t help here.  

Question can this be done?
If so what are the steps to be taken.
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1) Add NEWDOMAIN.COM as one of the "Accepted Domains" in Exchenge Management Console
2) Add mailboxes, and/or add email addresses to existing accounts for USER@NEWDOMAIN.COM
3) Update MX records in DNS for NEWDOMAIN.COM, to deliver mail to the new location. You should be able to mimic your existing MX record for DomainA.COM.
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Follow the instractions from ajarvey.
But in the 2nd step instead of manaully adding the email addresses you could use email address policy to add the email addresses.Also if you are using Spam filter you might need to add the new domain as an accepted domain.
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Very helpful.  In the end I awarded the most point for the most complete answer.
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