troubleshooting Question

Multiple Domains in Exchange

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Jim NicolisFlag for Australia asked on
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I'm sorry if this question has been asked before, I have looked but my question has not
been answered in full, so here I go:

I have recently acquired a customer who has around 5 domain names. They are all sub
businesses of the company.

They currently have a SBS 2003 server and run 1 domain with there emails. Can I receive
emails from all these 5 domains in seperate accounts refelecting each different user domain
and can I send email from these 5 accounts using these different domains. So if for example
I receive email from abc1.com I then want to send or reply from abc1.com. If I receive email from abc2.com I want to send or reply from abc2.com.

My question is can I do this from the SBS 2003 server or do I need a newer version of exchange and if so which version can do this standard or enterprise.

Pretty much I am trying to emulate the functionality in products such as smartermail or mailenable where you can just define domains and within your outlook setup different accounts.

One more question, is can I have multiple exchange accounts defined in outlook?

I would appreciate some direction or instructions on how to achieve this.

Thanks

Jim
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