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Exchange 2010 and Multiple External Domain Names

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I run a Windows Server 2008 domain environment at home to allow myself the opportunity to play around and learn.  I am in the process of setting up an Exchange 2010 server at home and need some guidance.

I have multiple websites that each have one or more email address associated with them.  For example, sales@abc.com, support@abc.com, sales@xyz.com and support@xyz.com.  I am the only one that uses and accesses and uses these email address.

I want to setup Exchange 2010 to retrieve all the email messages from my multiple domains.  When I open up outlook, I want to be able to see all of the messages from each one of my various email addresses.  However, I need them to be segregated based upon the email account.  In other words, I need to have multiple email addresses for one mailbox.  When I reply back to a message, I need that message to be sent out from the email address that it was sent to.

Any suggestions on how to set this up?
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