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MX Records & Multiple domains - 4.Jun.2008 4:11:57 PM   
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Not really sure where this post should go but I was asked today to figure out the following scenario.

Ed,
Just wanted to get your domain/mx record questions down in wording.  From when we spoke it sounded like you wanted to do the following.


You have 2-3 domains in different regions of the world, you are condensing them into one domain.  You have exchange servers at each region, you want to have multiple ip addresses linked to one mx record?  When a user sends a message the internet gateway/exchange server in their local region should be responsible for sending the message.

What other info would i need to solve this one?

Thanks,
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