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Adding a new domain to current domain in Exchange 2007

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Hi,

We have a client who wants to add their new business domain (e.g abc.com) to their current business (e.g pop.com) in Exchange 2007.

They have just bought the new business and now they are trying to keep abc.com domain but move the domain to their Exchange server. The new business domain abc.com is currently hosted with another email hosting provider.

We want to move their all hosted mailboxes to their Exchange server. Could someone please provide me steps on how to do this?
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by:Mohammed Khawaja
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What you need to do is create a receive connector for the new domain, assign email addresses for the users, change the mx records to point to your Exchange server and finally,if mailboxes need to be moved then either import the content from existing outlook clients or get the provider to export all mailboxes to PST files and then import them.
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Adding accepted domain for the new business domain is the answer for the question. In Exchange 2007, Add accepted domain and change MX record to point to Exchange server then migrate emails from hosted email server to Exchange server.
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Provided answers does not give me solution. I found solution from somewhere else.
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