Microsoft Exchange Server is the server side of a client-server infrastructure. It provides the database and management tools for enterprise-level email, instant messaging, video conferencing, calendaring, appointment setting and contact management.
It also offers support for mobile email as well as partner companies utilizing company email services. Microsoft Exchange Server can also handle multiple domains; adding new ones requires configuring the settings.
Here are those 8 steps to add a new domain :
- Launch the “Exchange Management Console.”
- Click “Organization Transportation” and “Hub Transport.”
- Click “Accepted Domains,” “Actions” and “New Accepted Domain.”
- Type a “Name” and “Accepted Domain” for the server. For example “newdomain.com.”
- Check the radio button next to “Authoritative.” Click “New” and “Finish.”
- Click “New E-Mail Address Policy.” Type in a name for the policy. Check the radio button next to “All Recipient Types.” Click “Next.”
- Click “Add.” Check the box next to “E-Mail Address Local Part.” Click “Use Alias.”
- Check the radio button next to “Select Accepted Domain.” Click “Browse.” Click the domain you just created and click “OK” two times. Click “Next.” Enter a time frame when you want the policy to be started. Click “Next” when done.