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i have one exchange 2010 server installed.

i want to add about 4 to 5 domains on this exchanger server as trusted domains.

but my real issue is

i can't add same email id for different accounts.

for example

           info@domain.com
           info@domain2.com
           info@domain3.com

how can i do this ?

Thanks

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Yes you can. What error message are you getting when you try this? –  Ben Pilbrow Oct 31 '10 at 9:47
    
i can't create user more than one, for example when i try to create other user of info i got error user already exist... –  air Oct 31 '10 at 13:07
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If these are all going to be processed by the same person, there's no need to create a new user for each of the addresses. In the Exchange Management Console, open up the properties of your info user and go to the Email Addresses tab. From there, add an SMTP address and add info@domain2.com and info@domain3.com as aliases.

If for example info@domain.com and info@domain2.com are managed by different people, you can either add these aliases to individual users (as described above) or you can create a separate user or distribution list to handle these addresses (e.g a user called Info at domain2.com).

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actually these emails are for different persons, and what i do is create user in active directory and then create email account in exchange server, but in active directory i can't create two users with same name.... –  air Oct 31 '10 at 14:37
    
Like I said, create a user called Info at domain2.com and add the appropriate alias. –  Ben Pilbrow Oct 31 '10 at 14:49
    
sorry i did't understand..... –  air Oct 31 '10 at 17:31
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If the delivery for all the email addresses will be to the same "info" account, then the address spaces can be added to that account's addresses.

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