can exchange manage two domains

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can exchange manage two domains

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If by two SMTP domains then yes. Each user can have email addresses on more than one SMTP domain. Personally I have 9 email domains on our exchange server.

If by two Windows domains then still yes. If they are trusted, then yes. If they aren’t trusted, then maybe. Depends on how much setup you are willing to do.

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  • Caddman
    Maybe I should have explained in more detail. My current domain is managed MS Exch 2003 r2 (xxxx@abc1.com). We have started a new company with different domain (xxxx@abc2.com) I want to manage all email accounts from ms outlook. xxxx@abc2.com is setup as stmp account. which is ok but when I respond to any email from this account, the end user receives an email with xxxx@abc1.com. Do I have to change my mx record to allow ms exch to manage both domains?
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  • Lusy
    Yes the exchange manage tow domain at a time. Please see this Microsoft knowledge based article: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/kb00268838.aspx For more help about exchange, you can visit at: http://www.iyogi.net
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