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I have 2 domains.  Domain A and domain B. I have my exchange server configured for domain A.  Everything works fine. I log onto my network with domain A.  Domain B,  i only want emals.  Can i configure exchange to host both domains AND send from both accounts?
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Hello,

Yes, Exchange Server can host as many email domain names as you would like.

First thing to do is configure your external/public DNS Records for Domain B.

Then, add an authoritative accepted domain from within the Exchange Management Console for Domain B.

Ensure your default Email Address Policy is configured how you would like it to be. (you may not want ALL users to have the @newdomain.com email alias) The email address policy is a quick/automatic way of assigning email addresses to mailboxes / users. Do this in the management console.

Then, create your new mailboxes, and ensure the Primary SMTP address of the mailbox is mailboxname@newdomain.com

Good Luck!

James
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