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How to add another email address to recipient policy 2008 SBS

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Hey there, we are setting up a 2008 SBS and need to add a couple e-mail domains to the server.  In sbs2003 we would used ESM-recipient policy-default policy- and add the @mydomain.com to the list.  

What is the proper way to do this with SBS2008

THank you
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Perfect, thank you for the link!
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