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how to create two different domain for singler user in exchange 2010

As title I have a additional email domain created in exchange 2010 for a single user account call Peter, just wonder is it correct to add the additional mail domain in email address tab -> smtp ?

Also how do I open the additional mail address in outlook and webmail ?
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ReceptCommented:
Yes, you can add an address on the additional domain in the email address tab.

Alternatively if you want to add an address on the additional domain for all staff you can create an E-Mail Address Policy which will automatically add it for all new and existing accounts which match the policy.

More information here http://answers.oreilly.com/topic/1240-how-to-create-and-manage-exchange-server-2010-e-mail-address-policies/


You can't send as or open the additional mail addresses in Outlook and Webmail, adding an additional email address simply allows you to recieve mail on that address. Sent mail will use whichever SMTP address is set as default (in bold).
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piaakitAuthor Commented:
So that if outsider sent mail to an additional email domain, in peter's outlook he will receive the mail in the same inbox as the primary mail domain and the additional domain ? When he reply mail , the sender name will display the mail domain whatever it uses in SMTP address which set at default (bold) ? And Peter won't be able to sent out the mail with the additional mail domain correct ?

If I want Peter to sent out with additional mail domain and use webmail, I do need to create one more user account with different user name such as Peter2 ? Am I right ?

Keith
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ReceptCommented:
Absolutely, you are spot on.
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