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placing exchange in our company - 19.Jan.2010 3:22:05 AM   


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we are a new company and we use the (mother company+bank) exchange server under two domains one for the bank ((bankdomain.com)) and one for the mother company ((mothercompanydomain.com)) and they can send to internet mails
so we are using the ((mothercompanydomain.com)) for our mails .
we need to take control of the exchange server to manage our accounts and set who can send internet mails and to which recipients can send ( specific recipients or only to white list )
i need to install exchange server in our company .
so what i need to do:
1- install new server
2- setup a secondary exchange server and get some delegation from them
      these are the requirements for us
  •   keeping the email addresses like the mother company and sending and receiving mails from internet mails through the mother company server
  • enable our users to send internet mails to a specific recipients only)
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RE: placing exchange in our company - 19.Jan.2010 7:13:36 AM   


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What both you and the other company both need to do, together, is to google for "sharing SMTP address space" and see the Microsoft KB article which has that title. There is something for you both to do and you will need to decide on a couple of things between you, like ownership.

As for the sending to specific addresses only, you're going to find yourself out of luck. It's a pointless exercise since anyone with 18 seconds of PC experience will get around, probably by the use of a fax. Or an envelope. Or their home email. If you have that much of a concern about people sending stuff to people they shouldn't, deliberately or inadvertently you probably shouldn't be employing them in the first place. That's the general take on requests like this.


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