Windows SBS 2003 – Email Problems

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I have a WORKING server SBS 2003 and a ISP domain Name Glenfields all emails are addressed to that ie info@glenfields.co.uk and I receive and send OK. I have a new company and have a ISP Domain DHT with email addresses like info@dht.co.uk How do I set the Server up to send and receive these new emails, I have received but get this when I send... "The e-mail account does not exist at the organization this message was sent to. Check the e-mail address, or contact the recipient directly to find out the correct address. <glenfields.co.uk #5.1.1> I Server domain name is gen01.glenfields.local can anyone help?
ASKED: March 24, 2006  10:04 AM
UPDATED: March 27, 2006  11:04 AM

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You need to go to Recipient Policies and add this new @newdomain.com into your policy )usually default is fine as an additional email record). Then ensure both your internal and most probabl EXTERNAL DNS have MX records for the new @newdomain.com. The DNS’s will see your server and the recipient policy will allow it to accept mail on it’s behalf. Also you have the option to automatically push the new email address down to ALL containers if you wish.

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