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Exchange Autodiscover for Multiple Domains

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Hello Experts,

We have an Exchange 2010 SP1 server that services the local clients in our domain (XXX.local). We've recently merged with another organization who has an Exchange 2007 server in another domain (YYY.local). We're slowly moving the PCs from the old domain to our domain; is it possible to have multiple Auto-Discover DNS entries? We'd like the users from the other company  that try to configure Outlook on a PC in our domain (XXX.local) to autodiscover to the Exchange 2007 server in the old domain (YYY.com) without impacting autodiscover for the users in XXX.local.

Hopefully that was easy enough to follow! :)
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