Re: Install Questions

  • From: Olomo Opeyemi <hoppy_lumz@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "\[ExchangeList\]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 1 Jul 2002 11:57:55 -0700 (PDT)

Which of the email ad did u sets as the primary? Also
in ur DNS server, did u create a seperate zone for the
different domains with appropriate Mx records?

I'm running 3 different domains with my exchange
server and I can send emails to, and

Let me know if these suggestions are helpful and try
to shed more light.
--- "Lazor, Ed" <ELazor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> - Re-Vamped!
> Hi =)
> I setup an Exchange 2000 server and people receive
> messages I send.  Before
> changing my MX records to point to the new server, I
> wanted to make sure I
> can send and receive messages ok by sending to
> user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Messages sent like this end up bouncing with
> "unknown user" even though I
> set up a Recipient Policy for
>  Any ideas on what I'm
> doing wrong?
> Is it possible for one server to handle e-mail from
> multiple Internet
> domains without having to create multiple NT domain
> servers and Exchange
> servers - or - setting up Recipient Policies?
> Does the use of Recipient Policies mean one mailbox
> will become the resevior
> of e-mail from multiple domains?  For example, does
> all e-mail to Webmaster
> at each domain end up in the Inbox for the Exchange
> account Webmaster?  I'd
> like to have separate mailboxes if possible.  It was
> easy on my Linux box
> with Sendmail.  All I had to do was create mappings
> so that all e-mail to
> Webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxx ended up in the mailbox of
> the user titled mydomain.
> Hopefully I'm making some sense.  If not, let me
> know and I'll try to
> rephrase my questions.
> Thanks,
> -Ed
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