Those articles are great for actually setting up the multiple email domains,
but we also have several people in the company who consistantly need to be
able to alternate between email addresses. Is there anyway that they can do
this WITHOUT calling the IS department everytime they need the "Set As
Default" button pressed on the Exchange Server?
Quote:> See this article: Q260973
> Also, maybe of more value to you will be the Q articles listed at the
> of Q260973:
> Q249299 XADM: How to Configure Recipient Policies in Exchange 2000 Server
> For additional information about how to receive a messages for two SMTP
> domains using Exchange 2000:
> Q289833 XIMS: How to Receive Messages for Two SMTP Domains Using Exchange
> found in support.microsoft.com, search about "exchange 2000 server", all
> keywords "multiple domain recipient policy"
> Hope this helps!
> > Hi all...
> > i have some little questions for you clever people out their...
> > 1.I host a domin on my exchange 2000 server..and it all works fine..but
> > now need to host another one, how easy is this..is it a simple matter of
> > policy?
> > 2.I need certain users to have email addresses from both domains and
> > and recive them from both domains. How does one do this? for example how
> > i make sure i am sending it from the domain i need it to appear i am
> > it from and not the other unreleated domain..
> > any help would be great...
> > thx
> > ross m