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    I have an Exchange Server 2003 with a .local domain name. Mail of course cannot go to some domains because the server is not using an FQDN. Can the FQDN in the SMTP server be overwritten with a valid one, or can I make a second SMTP server with a new IP and an "real" FQDN and send mail through that connection instead, or do I have to rebuild the entire organization because of this .local address?

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    Re: Virtual SMTP Server

    Never mind, I got it!

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      Re: Virtual SMTP Server

      Found an answer? Great!

      SHARE IT with the other forum members, that way people might benefit from this thread, and not just stare at it wondering what was the solution...

      Cheers,

      Daniel Petri
      Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - Active Directory Directory Services
      MCSA/E, MCTS, MCITP, MCT

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        Re: Virtual SMTP Server

        O.K.-All I had to do was change the FQDN in the SMTP server to a registered name for that IP, and now we can send everywhere. I wasn't sure if I could just put the name in the box or if it had to correspond to the actual internal domain name. I am new to managing my own Exchange Box, so I was happily surprised this was it!

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