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    hi!

    We have an sbs 2003 server, and i need to setup an alternative email domain. I have followed the instructions, put the mx record to the dns, altered the recepient policy, updated certain users email address settings, even restarted the server... but i can't use the new email addresses from outside the network. i have sent an email to a new address, and i got back 5.7.1 SMTP relay access error message immidietely.

    what did i forget to setup?

    after this delivery issue is solved, i need to setup the clients so the users could send email from both email addresess.. how can i do that?

    thx

    Andras

  • #2
    It sounds like you didn't add the new domain to your Accepted Domains.

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    • #3
      Joeqwerty, where can I do that?

      I have followed this writing, but it did't tell anything about this "Accepted Domains"
      http://sbs.seandaniel.com/2004/10/ho...-sbs-2003.html

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      • #4
        for Accepted Domains in Exchange 2003 as it is not just for SBS
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        • #5
          i googled a lot, but no success.
          accepted domains is an Exchange 2007/2010 option, it is not in Exchange 2003. Exchange 2003 only uses the recipient policies to handle what domains to accept...

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          • #6
            Did you follow the instructions? What happened? This Exchange Server software is now 12 years old so terminology is often mixed up with what is available on the latest releases. I remember doing this on Exchange 2003 and it worked. I don't however fully remember what was done.

            Do have a look at these and see if that helps. https://www.google.com.au/#q=add+add...+exchange+2003
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            • #7
              Originally posted by senszey View Post
              i googled a lot, but no success.
              accepted domains is an Exchange 2007/2010 option, it is not in Exchange 2003. Exchange 2003 only uses the recipient policies to handle what domains to accept...
              My bad, I misread this as SBS 2008. Apologies.

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