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    Hi everyone,

    I have Adomain.com that i have been using for long time but plan to change to Zdomain.com. Currently the Adomain.com hosted by the domain seller company. I don't want to use their email server or this domain anymore. I want to start using Zdomain.com domain and just finishing up setup Exchange 2010 for domain Zdomain.com

    I will only have one Exchange server for Zdomain.com. But I want all future email send to Adomain.com still get forwarded to Zdomain.com

    How do I do it?

    Thank you all in advance.
    tj

  • #2
    Re: Fowarding email message

    Just set up Adomain.com as an accepted domain (and create a suitable address policy) on your Exchange server
    Change MX records to point Adomain.com to your public IP

    (Basically, Exchange can cope with multiple domains for incoming emails)
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: Fowarding email message

      as part of your staged migration though, I'd also consider looking at using a pop3 connector, to get you over a period where mail might be being delivered randomly to either host dependent on DNS record caching etc.
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      • #4
        Re: Fowarding email message

        Originally posted by Ossian View Post
        Just set up Adomain.com as an accepted domain (and create a suitable address policy) on your Exchange server
        Change MX records to point Adomain.com to your public IP

        (Basically, Exchange can cope with multiple domains for incoming emails)
        How would the DNS for Adomain to know the location of new Zdomain? Wouldn't I have to update the Adomain and change *something*(not sure what to change) to the new Exchange IP/DNS stuff?

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        • #5
          Re: Fowarding email message

          Originally posted by tehcamel View Post
          as part of your staged migration though, I'd also consider looking at using a pop3 connector, to get you over a period where mail might be being delivered randomly to either host dependent on DNS record caching etc.

          ** Where/How to setup POP3 connector? On the Exchange? Do you know any website explain and walkthrough this process? Thanks.!

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          • #6
            Re: Fowarding email message

            Originally posted by watersnoopy View Post
            How would the DNS for Adomain to know the location of new Zdomain? Wouldn't I have to update the Adomain and change *something*(not sure what to change) to the new Exchange IP/DNS stuff?
            you modify the DNS record type "MX" for ADomain and tell it to go to the mail server for ZDomain.

            regards pop3 connectors:
            https://www.google.com.au/search?q=p...a&channel=fflb
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