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Exchange 2013 - Multi Tenant

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The company I work for has just purchased a few small companies and wants to host them on a single exchange server
I have a spare server and license for exchange 2013
Idealy we would have companya, companyb, companyc etc... they would not have access to each others global address list and ideally i would like them to login as user@companya.com etc..
Is this possible and is there any good guides anywhere on how to acheive this ?
They would not have access to our AD ... this is simply just an email solution

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Not actually done it on Exchange 2013 yet (we are looking to do it soon for some of our clients so have been looking into it) but this may help in the meantime:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=36790

Microsoft's own guidance document on setting up multi-tenancy in Exchange 2013.
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