RE: Configuring two domains.

  • From: "Albert Charron" <acharron@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2002 09:18:17 -0400

Sorry I can't remember how to do it exactly on Exchange 5.5, but it is possible 
to set 2 domains in your exchange server.  I think you'll have to add the 
second domain somewhere in the security settings.  

Here at work, I have 2 domains configured on my server and it's working fine.

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Albert Charron


-----Original Message-----
From: Arif, Aboo M [mailto:Aboo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 2002 7:51 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Configuring two domains.


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Hi
 
I need to setup new mail system for our new division of   50 users. .  Our 
requirement is  the 50 users should have all the functionality of internal as 
well as internet mailing. There will be maximum of one ISDN dialup to internet.
In my Head Office (HO) office I have firewall, DNS, Exchange server 5.5 
(mycompany.com domain) .presently three sites are connected to that. The new 
Division should have different domain.
 
                   If I install an exchange server on my new office and use 
periodic dialup to my HO server exchange server is that possible to work ?. Is 
it possible to configure to domains my existing server?. All mails should come 
to my  HO exchange server, and after dialup it should sent all mails to Branch 
server  server and receive the outgoing mails for relay. I am bothered since 
both are different domains. Is this really possible. If anyone can guide me on 
this it will be really thankful.
 
 
 
Regards
Aboo Arif
 
Emcure Infotech Ltd.
2A/2, Kundan Estate, 
Bhaupatil Road
Bhopodi
Pune, Maharashtra   411020
Ph:5817111, 5817428, 29
 
www.emcureinfotech.com
 
 
 
Regards
Aboo Arif
 
Emcure Infotech Ltd.
2A/2, Kundan Estate, 
Bhaupatil Road
Bhopodi
Pune, Maharashtra   411020
Ph:5817111, 5817428, 29
 
www.emcureinfotech.com
 
 
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