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Exchange 2010

I want to try to achieve the following.

Exchange 2010 is running domain @mycompany.com How can I add another domain so that @myhome.com can receive email from the same exchange server?
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Follow the TechNet guide:

Then configure MX records on the second domain to use the same host as the first domain.

Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
You would add @myhome.com as an accepted domain on the exchange server.  Then it depends on how many people you want to have or be able to receive from @myhome.com.

You can assign the 2nd email address individually to the mailboxes or add it to the email address policy which would push it out to all mailboxes.  Whichever email address is marked as the primary is the email address used to reply/send-out.

Also as stated by Simon, the MX records for the added domain would have to point to your exchange server so those will have to be configured.
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