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SBS 2003 - How to Configure New Email Address of Merged Company

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Bill Glidden

#1
I would like to be able to send mail from the acquired company with a
reply-to domain of the company that did the acquiring.

If I add the domain to the Default recipient Policy and make it the
Primary, email gets stuck in the categorizer.

The acquired company is using SBS 2003 and popping email from both
domains via the POP3 Connector, the acquiring company does not have
Exchange and pops their email directly into Outlook.

How can I make this work?

Thanks,
Bill Glidden
 

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Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]

#2
First I'd get rid of the POP3 completely
(Pretend like POP3 Doesn't Exist.)

Set up the SBS2003 to Answer Mail for All Domains
Add Mailboxes for all users
set up users to connect to the SBS Exchange either Directly LAN
or RPC over HTTPS

This way You have Email Contacts ETC Backed up on all on one place.
Your Mail routing will work, but work faster and more reliable.
(And you won't be passing Passwords in Plain Text over the WAN)

Russ


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"Bill Glidden" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> I would like to be able to send mail from the acquired company with a
> reply-to domain of the company that did the acquiring.
>
> If I add the domain to the Default recipient Policy and make it the
> Primary, email gets stuck in the categorizer.
>
> The acquired company is using SBS 2003 and popping email from both domains
> via the POP3 Connector, the acquiring company does not have Exchange and
> pops their email directly into Outlook.
>
> How can I make this work?
>
> Thanks,
> Bill Glidden
 

My Computer