I know this is a weird setup, but here goes...
I have a client who is sharing an office suite with a sister company. They
are on the same LAN, sharing the Exchange server. The one group has
registered their domain name <myorg.com> and is receiving Internet email
via a Mail Exchanger (MX) record (ISP) and Exchange's IMC...all works
great. Now, the sister group who is sharing the office suite wants to be
able to use the first groups' Exchange server to send/receive *their*
Internet email <theirorg.com> via a Mail Exchanger (MX) record (ISP) and
Bottom line: Can Exchange host two different Domain names (<myorg.com> and
<theirorg.com>)?? Meaning, if these two companies are on the same LAN,
sharing the same equipment, can Exchange's IMC dial their ISP and
retrieve/send Internet email for both <myorg.com> and <theirorg.com>??
My thoughts: By setting up an MX record for each domain name, pointing to
the IP address of the Exchange server, and making sure that each Exchange
account in the Exchange Admin. program has the proper SMTP address defined,
couldn't this be accomplished?
Any help is appreciated.
James R. Hair