email domain

Posted on 2011-03-07
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
I am trying to determine idf a second email domain is on our exchange server 2003. we have a few users using our company email with Outlook and using OWA for a second email domain. i found ultra DNS has the MX record. where could i see this on our Exch server? the have a AD account for this second email address
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by:Alan Hardisty
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Have a look at your Recipient Policies - this is where you tell Exchange if it is authoritative for a domain and handles mail for the domain.

Exchange System Manager> Recipients> Recipient Policies

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I see the smtp address in question, as well as our other addresses.
that means we our the email provider?

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that is under recipient policies > right click on Default Policy > properites
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if it is in the receipient policies and when you edit this domain you have the "exchange is responsible for mail delivery for this domain" then your exchange is setup to be responsible for this doamin

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Akhater...where do i edit the domain to seethis info?
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recipient policies > right click on Default Policy > properites

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The box is checked. thanks

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