configure multi domains on DNS and Exchange 2007

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Exchange Server 2007
ISA Server 2006
Microsoft Forefront
I am having 4 server:

1. Domain Controller (windows 2008)

2. Forfront Server "ISA Server 2006"

3. Exchange server 2007.

4. Application server.

I am using microsoft essential business server package.

All I am in:

I am hosting my emails on network solution, and have alot of domains about 12 domain on network solution, and Emails on it.

I am now about to migrate the Emails to my exchange server.

What i want to know:

How to configure my DNS , Forefront , Exchange to:

1. Host my Emails for 12 Domain.

2. configure my share point services to be online.

Could you please provide me with the details of the details about such scanarios



Software/Hardware used:
Microsoft Essential Business server 2008
ASKED: August 21, 2009  4:07 PM
UPDATED: August 24, 2009  10:18 PM

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You need to ask your service provider for multiple external IP addresses. Map an IP address to your mail server and manange port security on your ISA server. For your 12 email domains, you need Network Solutions to configure the DNS MX records to point to your email server for each domain.

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