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How many domains can you have on Exchange?

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I plan on using SAAS to host Exchange for a lot of different people. Each of the companies needs their own email domain. How many domains can I put on an Exchange 2010 Server? Is there anything that you can think of that I need to be aware of when I try to set this up?
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I do not know of a limit for domains.  I will do some looking to see if I can find a number for you.
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