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Reply To Address Is Local Domain - 22.Jan.2011 9:41:38 AM   


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Hi All. I am trying to get a temporary exchange 2010 set up for testing purposes and have it about 90% functional. By use of searching, I have managed to find most all of my answers - besides this one. I have an AD directory setup called domain.org (obviously an example.) My public domain is domain.org as well. However, when someone sends email it needs to be to a sub domain exhange.domain.org because sending an email to domain.org goes to the live email server. I can send emails in and out as well as recieve them both ways. What I am missing is that when someone emails outside the exchange server - the reply email is domain.org and not exchange.domain.org. How can I fix this?? Do I need to change the domain to exchange.domain.org? I would really prefer to keep it the way it is with just domain.org as the domain - but have the reply to email be exchange.domain.org. Thanks in advance for your suggestions!
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RE: Reply To Address Is Local Domain - 22.Jan.2011 5:55:01 PM   


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I am really sorry, I cant understand your request. Please explain it clearly



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RE: Reply To Address Is Local Domain - 24.Jan.2011 11:09:42 AM   


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If I understand correcty you have an existing email environment @domain.org. You have set up an exchange 2010 environment using @sub.domain.org for testing.

When someone emails from an external environment (lets say gmail or yahoo) the mails don't go to the testing environment but to the live environment? This because the reply to address is @domain.org and not @sub.domain.org.

Assuming your mx records have been set up correctly to allow mail to be sent to the new server @sub.domain.org you should be setting the primary emailaddress to @sub.domain.org on the objects you are using to test with (users, groups...).

Or you could set up a contact in the live environment that forwards the address testuser@domain.org to testuser@sub.domain.org.


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