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Exchange 2010 Multiple email domains

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I have exchange 2010 running with 2 different email domains.

primarydomain.com   and otherdomain.com

If someone sends an email to a non-existent email address  someone@otherdomain.com the NDR that is returned is from postmaster@primarydomain.com it is 2 different organizations so we need the NDR to be from postmaster@otherdomain.com, is this possible?

Thanks in Advance

Harold
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The only way I am aware of is via third party:
http://www.ivasoft.biz/rpm2007.shtml

Simon.
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Sorry for the delay in accepting, was away.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

Harold
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