I have a user (we will call him Craig) who currently has 1 exchange account. I have been asked to add an email account from another exchange account (different server, different domain, my sister company) One is on Domain A and one is on Domain B. Domains A & B are on separate, fire-walled networks. These domains exist at two different facilties.
Domain A: Exchange 2003 (Outlook 2003/2007 clients) Currently accessing
Domain B: Exchange 2007 (Outlook 2003/2007 clients)
Craig would have accounts on both networks and does work with people in Domain A and Domain B.
In theory, the best option would be that both sets of emails are delivered to one inbox, and when he replies, Exchange knows which account the email was delivered from and would send from that account.
Unfortunately, I am the IT person at one of the companies, and not both, so I only have access to my Active Directory and Exchange Server, but I'm sure I can get the settings needed for the other server to set up.
What options do I have? The easiest the better for the user.