Thursday, October 02, 2008 3:03 PM
Initially we outsourced our emial services to an external company. Recently we bought another company which already had exchange server. But we have two different forest now A and B(the new one). We are communicatin between eachother like:
1. File access.
2. Printer access.
3 Terminal server access etc
By establising Site-to-Site VPN conection and also creating a stub zone for the other domain for name resolution. Trust relation ship between the forest is in place for future. My question is can I add another domian to exchange server to act as mail service for the other domain.
Like exchange server will be able to process emial for both domain A and B.
Friday, October 03, 2008 3:43 AM
Yes, Exchange can accept email on behalf of multiple SMTP domains. They do not require a specific relationship with the name of your Active Directory.How to Configure Exchange 2007 to Accept E-Mail for More Than One Authoritative Domain
Monday, October 06, 2008 6:22 AM
For Exchange 2003, you need to configure another Recipient Policy: