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Posted on 2013-06-27
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I am looking for help in configuring Exchange for a domain I do not manage.

Here's the story:
Bob tells me he would like me to manage his email. However, Bob wants to keep his domain and users under his management. I need a way to host email for Bob and his users from my domain.

What would you do? :)

Thanks!
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by:Amit
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Create them in your domain and gave username password to them and let them use OWA or Outlook anywhere to access.
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by:jmichaelpalermo4
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Ah - I wish it was that easy... I need to use their existing domain usernames / passwords. So, I need to link MYDOMAIN.local to THEIRDOMAIN.local and have Exchange use their accounts.
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by:James Hodge
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Set him up with office 365 or Hosted Exchange ;)
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by:Amit
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I don't see any other option. Linked mailbox concept also not work for you here. The suggestion, i gave you is the right way.
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