Network email address conversion. Need to change outgoing example.com to example.co.uk - how?
Posted on 2012-03-13
I’m in a network where the domain example.com is no longer being used and we want to change to example.co.uk. This process has already happened in that all the mailboxes on the exchange server already accept both. But for various political reasons it is essential that no emails gets sent to example.com.
I have been asked in one particular office to make sure that all users there DO NOT email example.com. (let’s say that someone else is taking control of Example.com and we must ensure no email gets sent their)
This particular office I look after are not actually staff of example.com but they do send a lot of sensitive information to them and I have been asked to make sure that can I put in a parser to ensure that example.com is converted to example.co.uk?
The office I look after has a windows SBS 2003 server running their exchange server (let’s set otheroffice.com) and they have a sonicwall router.
How can I achieve this? Is this done via the DNS of the Windows server?
I will be doing other things like checking the GAL, nk2 and address books of users, however I’m not sure how I can achieve the conversation and if it is not possible, what other things could I do?
Thanks in advance.