RE: Exchange 2K3 Question

  • From: "Marc A. Mapplebeck" <MMapplebeck@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 09:01:49 -0400

Is a domain of yours just hosted by your ISP?, or is it something
like alex.alex@xxxxxxx i.e. provided by your ISP? If it is a domain of
yours, you should be able to have the MX record changed to point to your
server, if it is directly on their server, you may either setup forwarding,
or use a product like GFI MailEssentials and use the pop2exchange feature to
download the email from the pop server to your exchange server. - HTH, Marc


From: Angfe G. Landagan [mailto:angfe.landagan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: January 11, 2006 03:45
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Exchange 2K3 Question

Hi, guys. Is there anyone already implemented having two different email
address in a single exchange 2k3?


               1.) How should I configure the XYZ email account to my
existing EXCHANGE abc account.


                              e.g.   Name: Alex Alex

                                       abc email address: alex.alex@xxxxxxx
>>> hosted by my 2k3 exchange server

                                       xyz email address  alex.alex@xxxxxxx
>>> hosted by ISP.pop3


                               need to integrate the XYZ email address
utilizing my current exchange setup. 



              Any thoughts?  I read about mail-enabled policy..did anyone
try this?



Need help..tnx











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