I'm trying to set up ms exchange on a dynamic ip thats configured with my router to use dyndns.org. I'll call that example.dyndns.org. I have a hosted web and e-mail site not associated with my isp and i'll call those www.example.com and mail.example.com I already have the mx records from mail.example.com pointed to forward traffic to example.dyndns.org and I've used port forwarding on my router to point all the exchange ports to a reserved static ip on my internal network. that static ip holds my exchange server. my goal is to recieve mail for firstname.lastname@example.org and send it as well from email@example.com. is this even possible? i'm a definate newbie to exchange - in fact windows server is new to me. but I have a degree in computer engineering from a REAL university but we used UNIX exclusively (windows was in the business dept.) I need detailed instructions on how to set this up in active directory, AD DNS, and ms exchange server. if anyone has dealt with this before or just knows how it can be done please help me out or point me in the right direction. Thanks alot.
x86 dual Xeon- , ms windows server 2003, ms exchange server 2003 (which runs fine on ms server 2003)
January 31, 2010 4:17 AM
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