Im looking for the best way to tackle my problem.
I currently have an e-mail provider that we use that has an mx record pointing to my server. This is how e-mails are flowing to my server via SMTP. We are introducing a new domain name/company name change and hence i need to change my current e-mail domain eg email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org on my server.
I dont want to loose the e-mails i currently have in that inbox and still want to receive any e-mail from the original domain to the new one. I ofcourse want e-mail addresses to read like its coming from the new domain.
What is the least minimal impact i can do. I have SBS 2003 std edition with exchange 2003.
DO i delete the current mx records and apply new one at the other domain on the same ISP?
Will an exchange server that is called original server1 except mx records from a new domain name newdomain.com. What changes would i need to make at ISP and at on my server/client PC's.
If none of this makes sence or you need more info please let me know.