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I have enabled selected users on my Exchange 2010 server to RECEIVE emails sent to more than one domain (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com) by the obvious means of (a) appropriae DNS records, (b) configuring Exchange to accept mail for multiple domains, and (c) assigning alternate email...
How do I create two domains with two different login passwords in Windows Server 2003?
I want to configure multiple domains on one exchange server. Like I want to configure abc.com and xyz.com on one exchange. Can anyone guide me how to do it?? Thanks in advance