2 Exchange servers in same forest but different domains

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Hi I am trying to create a separate Exchange 2010 server in a child domain that we have configured. We have an existing Exchange 2007 server in our root domain college.ac.uk and have a child student.college.ac.uk domain. We have configured a separate DC for the child domain also. However when we launch the EMC is still shows the college.ac.uk mailboxes. We would just like to display the student.college.ac.uk accounts and keep the two systems separate. We are trying to set up a separate domain for students and also an Exchange server for them so that we can keep the two servers apart enabling us to create policies specific to them and also to give them a username@student.college.ac.uk email address. Is this possible and could someone point me in the right direction of what I need to do to achieve this. Thanks

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 2008 R2

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Exchange runs forest-wide. You can either create a separate forest for students or place the students in a separate mailstore which will allow you to manage the policies separately as well.. A single Exchange organization can have multiple smtp domains.

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