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virtual mail server in exchange 2003 - 26.Aug.2003 7:41:00 AM   
andreisarbu

 

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Hello everybody,

Does anyone knows if is possibile to set a virtual mail server and how. Exchange has "virtual mail servers" but what I mean if is I can have on the same server 2 different mail servers (for example for x.com and y.com). I think it should be work as long as the system provide support in order to have 2 different web pages on the same computer, on the same IP.

Thank you in advance for your support.

A
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RE: virtual mail server in exchange 2003 - 27.Aug.2003 4:08:00 AM   
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andreisarbu,

It is possible to have multiple SMTP Virtual Servers and so long as you have a recipient policy that defines the address space it owrks fine.

Chris

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RE: virtual mail server in exchange 2003 - 27.Aug.2003 4:19:00 PM   
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dear chris,

I've tried to do that but I didnt find any possibilities of setting recipient policies.

Any further help will be appreciated.

Thanks
Andrei

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RE: virtual mail server in exchange 2003 - 29.Aug.2003 9:15:00 AM   
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Why nobody is responding to that question???

Andrei

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RE: virtual mail server in exchange 2003 - 8.Sep.2003 6:07:00 PM   
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Hi Andrei,

As Chris mentioned, you can configure recipient policies for those domains. Make sure that you configure remote domains in your virtual SMTP server so that it will accept anonymous relay for the domains under your administrative control.

HTH,
Tom

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