SBS 2003 multiple email domains

I have a situation where a client has two email domains setup in Exchange on their SBS 03 server. They are wanting to determine which email domain incoming mail is coming to for various reasons and I haven't been able to find an easy way. They are using Outlook 07 for mail.

Thanks.
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Check your Recipient Policies in Exchange System manager.  That will tell you which domains your server is handling mail for.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319188
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GovvyCommented:
Lookup the MX records for both domains via nslookup to determine if both point to the server

Also you can review the internet headers of specific emails to check the send to address
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Asif BacchusI.T. ConsultantCommented:
Do they want to determine simply which address mail was sent to on a one-by-one basis or are you hoping to forward to different accounts/reply-to from a different account based on which address it was sent to?

If you simply want to check an individual email, then Govvy is correct in suggesting you check the email header.  You can do this by right-clicking on the message and selecting "Message Options".  From there you will see the header info and you can look for a send to or "apparently sent to" address.

If you want to separate email from different domains then that is also quite doable (I do it for several clients currently).  I can provide details if this is something you are interested in.

Cheers.
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