exchange 03 for internal domain

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February 8, 2010 at 12:11:10
Specs: Windows xo, 1222
I have an internal lan, a 2003 DC, and a member mail 03 exchange server. How do i set it up so the users in this domain can send each other emails.

the domain is jexline.local

i want to configure internal email, then once this works, i want to see if i can have these internal users send out to other emails - like hotmai - gmail etc..

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February 8, 2010 at 23:38:54
Just set it up like you would any exchange setup.

You don't need a smart host though, and you don't need to open any ports in the firewall. The mail server will then be able to send mail within the internal domain but not to the outside world.

You could also add a filter that tells the mail server to deliver mails that are sent to your internal domain only, that way the user will receive a postmaster message when they try to send mail to any other domain.

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February 9, 2010 at 11:05:34
would this be the filter 'filter exchange recipients who are not in the domain'??

do i just create the users mailboxes, configure there outlook, and send a message to another user in the domain, and this will work? no other confuguration of exchange 2003 will be needed? the other user in the domain will just open there outlook and the message will be there?

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