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  • Separating Public Folders and Directories with Multiple Domains

    This is my first post to this fine site, so I'm probably going to get some things wrong.

    We want to host multiple clients on a single Exchange 2007 server. I have located info on part of this task, but haven't nailed down how to provide independant public folders to each domain, or how to keep the global directories, etc., separate.

    Thanks

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    Re: Separating Public Folders and Directories with Multiple Domains

    You will not be supported doing that unless you have Microsoft's hosting solution, Microsoft hosted licensing and a support agreement from Microsoft. You cannot call up for support on demand and pay the fee any more.

    Microsoft would also tell you that unless you are supporting 10,000 mailboxes you shouldn't be doing hosted Exchange.

    Its all done on permissions, as everything else is with Exchange. However unless you license it correctly your licensing is not actually legal.

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      Re: Separating Public Folders and Directories with Multiple Domains

      Sembee is of course correct but it can be done. You can read more here if you want to know how. It is however very cumbersome to support. ( I have tried)
      http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/e.../bb936719.aspx
      Do not forget the licensing agreement, you need to have a hosting solutions agreement with Microsoft.
      You also need really good experience on Active Directory and permissions

      Best of luck

      Mats

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