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Handling more than one TLD? - 19.Mar.2009 5:41:07 AM   


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Hi, we have our nomal domain, company.xx - but we have now acheived another domain, company.yyyy. Our ISP acts as mail hotel and have setup a DNS, so all mail, sent to company.yyyy is received in our Exch Srvr without doing any configuration changes in Exch Srvr or in Outlook 2003 on the PCs.
Our ISP cannot host the special TLD yyyy.
However, we really would like a few enhancements:
1) If mail is sent to us via company.yyyy, we would like to see the mail in our inboxes as sent to this address and not the 'old one' as it is now.
2) When sending new mails, we would like to have the sender of the mail configured to be abc@company.yyyy instead of abc@company.xx.
Please note that we will prefer not to skip our current, local ISP to have this fixed.
Is this possible?
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RE: Handling more than one TLD? - 20.Mar.2009 3:33:20 PM   


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Just modify your recipient policy to have the new domain as the primary address. When it is applied it will set the new domain as the primary address and the old one as secondary which ensures that the mail to the old domains can still be received.

- Open the ESM
- expand the exchange organization
- expand recipients
- select recipient policies
- modify the default policy



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