create a recipiant policy for the other domain name to
alloww IIS to accept it as valid. I would strongly
recommend creating a new policy but you can add it to the
default policy as well. Warning: modifieng the default
policy can corrupt the Recipiant Update Service and cause
the possability for a reinstall or configuration change
such as swithching domain controllers or exchange servers
to use. Check the knowledge base for Recipiant Update
service or Recipiant policies.
>I'm using Exchange 2000 Server with 1 virtual SMTP
>My DNS has MX records installed for both domain.com and
>However, when I try to send an email to
>I get a NDR saying
>Also, when I setup a mail-enabled contact to foward
>Any suggestions would be gratefully appreciated.