Addition Domain in Exchange 2007 Server

I have configured domain in my exchange 2007 (standard edition) server and I want to configure additional domain in same server

Kindly advice me how to configured the same
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Julian123Connect With a Mentor Commented:
You need to configure second domain as an accepted domain in Exchange 2007 to receive emails for it.
Configure Exchange 2007 to Receive E-Mail for other Domains
To assign email addresses to the users of second domain in your environment, you need to create an email address policy.
How to Create an E-Mail Address Policy
Configure Specific E-Mail Addresses for Specific Exchange 2007 Recipients
techgyanAuthor Commented:
Julian123 :

Thanks for your valuable reply

As per your above links I have configured Accepted Domains, E-Mail Address Policy and Configured Specific E-Mail Addresses for Specific Exchange 2007 Recipients, after this I have configured MX records with priority 10

Kindly tell me what is next step and also tell me it will create problem for existing domain bcoz I have 50 users mailbox in existing domain (
No it will not create any problem with your existing domain.
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techgyanAuthor Commented:

Is there i have to make changes in Domain Server or DNS?
Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
2 things do you want this for emailing or logging as well ?

For Emailing get this with Accepted Domain and Email address ploicy ....
For Domain login you will have to get a new UPN in ADDT console

- Rancy
techgyanAuthor Commented:
Thanks. :)
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