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How to add new SIP domain to LCS 2005 SP1?

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I want to grant the ability for certain folks to access MS Communicator internal with a new SIP Domain.  
I have added the new SIP Domain to the 'Live Communications Server Global Properties' but when using a test account, I will can't connect via MS Communicator.

Is there something more than needs to be done?
Does the services need to be restarted?

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Yes the Office Comminicator Services needs to restarted.

The new test user that you have created, does it have the Sign in Address with the new Domain.

Also in the Communicator Client the Connection Type should be manual.
Only then you would be able to sign in to the communicator client.
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