Exchange with different domain name

hi,
i have a domain name currently configured with a long name as "xyzserver" now FQDN is like "pcname.xyzserver.xyz.com.mv". because of this if i deploy exchange Server the email domain becomes "user@xyzserver.xyz.com.mv". Is there any way i can configure exchange 2007 SP3 as "user@xyz.com.mv", to make it shorter?

I need advice asap.
thanks

kewlkewl1
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Wonko_the_SaneConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Sure, you can change the E-Mail address policy:
Exchange console / Organization Config / Hub Transport / E-Mail Address Policies

Be careful though: By default this will also change existing addresses. And for external mail to work you must make your DNS settinigs etc. match the domain name your going to use.
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kewlkewl1Author Commented:
Okay .. i am installing now and will check as said. by the way this is just for internal exchange this wont be used for extern puposes.
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Wonko_the_SaneConnect With a Mentor Commented:
In this case you won't have to worry about the actual name.
Here's some pretty good instructions:
http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2007/management-administration/managing-email-address-policies.html
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kewlkewl1Author Commented:
i got the error saying that it is invalid because it references a domain that is not an accepted domain. there is no xyz.com.mv domain i need it to be like that, is it possible without creating domain as such ?
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NagarajbConnect With a Mentor Commented:
In the Accepted domains create a new domain as "xyz.com.mv"
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kewlkewl1Author Commented:
Gave some idea.
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