multiple domains on an exchange server

Posted on 2012-08-20
Last Modified: 2012-08-20
Can I have multiple domains on an exchange server 2010.

Example. companyA, companyB and companyC?

If so how do you separate them in the global address list? Where do  you go for the OWA access?
Question by:jmahlmann
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    Yes, you can have seperate email domains, that is used by creating different accepted domains and have associated Recipient Policies (Read: link)

    W.r.t separate GAL and OWA: Read links ONE and TWO


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