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Manager Multiple Domains on Windows 2008 R2 and Exchang... - 20.Mar.2012 8:28:22 AM   
krehan

 

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Hi,
I need to configure my system to be able to create multiple domains on one server..
I have a Windows 2008 x64 R2 Enterprise, with Exchange 2010 installed.
I know how to make the SMTP be configured to work on different domain names for the same mailbox....
Like:
krehan@domain.com
and
krehan@domain.com.eg
or krehan@atmail.net
All are the same mailbox with different addresses...
My problem is: I need to make many mailboxes in different domains and different folders too.
I want to make a solution like we have on Gmail.
I want krehan@domain.com is a mailbox with its own access and domain and krehan@atmail.net is totally different mailbox with different access but both are on the same server...
Is it possible to have two Users with same name and different domains and different access on the same Windows Server 2008 machine?
What I'm asking is different from UPN Suffixes, I tried it...
Thanks in advance,
Khalid Rehan....

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RE: Manager Multiple Domains on Windows 2008 R2 and Exc... - 20.Mar.2012 9:26:46 AM   
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Hi,

Well I am not sure if this is possible becauase you can use the UPN suffixes but this will not fix the issue. This since the part in front of the UPN must be unique.

Regards,
Johan

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