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  • Exchange 2010 - Send and Receive mail from multiple domains

    I need my exchange server to host 5 different domains and be able to send and receive email from each domain.

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    Re: Exchange 2010 - Send and Receive mail from multiple domains

    As long as you accept that a single user mailbox can receive from as many addresses as you want, but only SEND from one (primary) address, no problem. If a single user needs to send from multiple addresses, they will need several mailboxes

    To receive, set up accepted domains and an address policy to assign addresses.

    To send, set an appropriate email address as primary for each mailbox
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      Re: Exchange 2010 - Send and Receive mail from multiple domains

      Thanks for the reply


      I set the "Accept Domains" and the an "Email Address Policy" for Each Domain but

      How do i set up a user for each account as it keep trying to pull users from the AD

      Should i have no associated be the exchange server and AD or there a way around it


      thanks

      SG

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        Re: Exchange 2010 - Send and Receive mail from multiple domains

        Exchange doesn't have its own directory.
        Therefore a user must exist in AD to be mail enabled. If you want to create a user in Exchange then you must either create the user in AD first, or create them in Exchange, which will create them in AD.

        Exchange is heavily integrated in to AD.

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