Exchange 2003 and multiple e-mail domains

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I think this is a rather simple question and finding some info on the internet is possible, but a structured document about this is more difficult. I am looking for some tips/documents about configuring Exchange 2003 for multiple mail domains and multiple clients. So we have client1 with mail domain1 and on the same server client2 with mail domain2. Client1 and client2 may not see each other and may not be able to see there are multiple domains on that server. Can it be done in Exchange standard or enterprise or both? Do I create multiple storages (only enterprise) to participate in this config? Do theu use the same virtual server or each client his own? ..... Thanks for the effort Kurt

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I myself had to configure a single Exchange server to host two email domains. E.g., Company1.com and Company2.org.

I found info on www.msexchange.org. The article is called Shared Hosting with Exchange 2003 (part1 & 2) by Amit Zinman.

Hope this helps.

Vince

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  • Berepoot
    Really appreciating your quick answers. I really can use these links. Tx Kurt
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  • Dbarto
    One important thing to think about and often overlooked is to add the alternate SMTP domain to one of your recipient policies and tick the "This organization is responsible for all mail delivery to this address" check box. Another article I recommend is: https://blogs.pointbridge.com/Blogs/mcduffie_forrest/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=16 Daniel
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