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OCS 2007 R2 DNS Records

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I have OCS set up so users can sign in with thier email address, which works fine. my new problem is this, we aquired another company which is now part of our domain, but they have a differnet email domain and they want to be able to sign in with thier email address not thier username @ our domain. what do i have to do to make this work?
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You just need to define an additional SIP domain in OCS and then you can assign that domain suffix to each of the new user accounts from the new company in your domain.

You'll also need to deploy additional SRV and Host records in DNS to support Automatic sign-in for users in that namespace, as well as update server certificates to include the proper FQDNs for the new domain as well.  You do not need to define additional FQDNs in the new domain for Web conferencing or AV services on an Edgserverv though, only the SIP FQDNs need to be added.

Take a look at this blog article for more details on external certificate guidance when adding SIP domains: http://blogs.pointbridge.com/Blogs/schertz_jeff/Lists/Posts/ViewPost.aspx?ID=79
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sorry just getting back to you, it worked thanks for all the help.
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ok i still have one issue, one of the companies i am trying to let use thier email address to sign in has a different email domain then ours, but they do not have a DNS zone for this domain name how can I add a DNS record for these users?
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