Re: multiple Internet domains

  • From: Olomo Opeyemi <hoppy_lumz@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "\[ExchangeList\]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2002 10:22:26 -0700 (PDT)

The method I know is using Recipients policy. There u
input the two email addresses. Then u use ur Mx
pointer record to point to each host handling the
domains. That way u use a single account to create the
two internet accounts.

--- "Lazor, Ed" <ELazor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi =)
> Is it possible to create more than one account with
> the same user name?  
> I'm trying to create two separate Webmaster
> accounts; one for the first
> Internet domain (Webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxx) and another
> for the second Internet
> domain (Webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxx).
> Documentation I'm reading on configuring Exchange to
> support multiple
> Internet domains provides instruction on
> partitioning Active Directory.  It
> says go to the top of the Active Directory and
> create an OU called Hosted.
> From inside Hosted, create an OU for the first
> domain and another for the
> second domain.  
> The main Active Directory Users OU has a Webmaster
> account.  An error is
> generated when I try to create the account Webmaster
> in the first domain's
> OU.  It says the account already exists and mumbles
> something about
> Pre-Windows 2000 compatibility (even though I'm in
> native mode).
> To get around this, I created a Webmaster2 account
> in the first domain's OU
> and then changing the account's Exchange alias back
> to Webmaster.  Am I
> doing this right?  Is this work around the best /
> only approach?
> Thanks in advance for your help.
> -Ed
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