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  • Exchange and Domain Name

    Hi guys, this question may be covered in another post but i couldnt find specific information i need.

    Situation: I have exchange working internally fine in a domain environment. with an internet connection with static ip

    Needed: I need to have exchange working on the internet now. It is for a prototype for an assignment so i need for the domain name free. So i was thinking using Dyndns.

    So can someone give me some steps of how to get a dynamic dns domain name working with exchange


    Thanks in advanced

  • #2
    Re: Exchange and Domain Name

    Very simple:
    1. Configure the DNS name in DNIP.NET domain.
    2. Configure the MX record name in DNIP.NET domain.
    3. create a recipient policy in the ESM according to your dns domain name like the next example:
    if the domain name is: test.dnip.net create a recipient policy with the next syntax:
    @test.dnip.net
    And the email addresses will be for example: [email protected]

    See the next article:
    http://www.petri.com/configure_mx_re...il_traffic.htm
    CNE 5, CCA, MCSE NT4.0-2003, MCSE 2003 messaging, Exchange Server MVP.
    Tzahi Kolber - IT Supervisor
    Polycom Israel.

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    • #3
      Re: Exchange and Domain Name

      Thanks for the reply! Your right that is pretty simple!

      I have decided to go with a domain name from godaddy. So that just means that after i set up what you have said in the previous post, i just put in my exchange servers name in the nameserver spot in the godaddy domain management page. IS that right?

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      • #4
        Re: Exchange and Domain Name

        Yes - it should be OK, you can verify this by using nslookup.
        CNE 5, CCA, MCSE NT4.0-2003, MCSE 2003 messaging, Exchange Server MVP.
        Tzahi Kolber - IT Supervisor
        Polycom Israel.

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