Multiple eMail Domains & Shared Calendar


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F3

Windows SBS 2003 R2 w/Exchange
Windows XP Pro w/Outlook 2003
Server and workstations, respectively.

Situation: Family-run small businesses (plural) sharing an office and
resources. 4 different email domains in use/desired. Shared calendar
also desired.

How do I setup Exchange on SBS 2K3 R2 to send/receive emails for
multiple email domains with only 1 SBS server (also PDC, etc.)? Using
off-site email hosting and am in the process of migrating on-site using
Exchange which came with SBS. Changed 1 set of MX records for 1 domain
name to point to server. Additional email domains a critical concern.

How do I setup Exchange and Outlook to use a shared calendar? The
family wants each employee to be able to add a new event/meeting and for
it to appear on everyone's calendar simultaneously. How?

Can I do this also for a shared address book?

Thanks,
Fred
 
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Larry Struckmeyer [SBS-MVP]

Hi Fred:

Please see in line below:

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Larry

Please post the resolution to
your issue so that all can benefit.


F3 said:
Windows SBS 2003 R2 w/Exchange
Windows XP Pro w/Outlook 2003
Server and workstations, respectively.

Situation: Family-run small businesses (plural) sharing an office and
resources. 4 different email domains in use/desired. Shared calendar
also desired.

How do I setup Exchange on SBS 2K3 R2 to send/receive emails for multiple
email domains with only 1 SBS server (also PDC, etc.)? Using off-site
email hosting and am in the process of migrating on-site using Exchange
which came with SBS. Changed 1 set of MX records for 1 domain name to
point to server. Additional email domains a critical concern.

Receiving is easy. For the entire group you can establish additional
recipient policies.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319201

For individuals, you have to setup additional addresses in ADUC.

Sending is more difficult. Must you do this?

How do I setup Exchange and Outlook to use a shared calendar? The family
wants each employee to be able to add a new event/meeting and for it to
appear on everyone's calendar simultaneously. How?

You share calandars either in Company Web/Sharepoint or in Exchange Public
Folders.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996053(EXCHG.65).aspx
 
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F3

Larry,

Assume that I have NEVER seen or used Outlook before. No, I've not
been living under a rock, I've just had a preference for other mail
clients. I've figured out how to export a calendar from Mozilla
Thunderbird w/Lightning (or Sunbird) to a comma-delimited file and how
to import it into a single user's Outlook 2003. Once I setup the shared
folder(s), how do I then proceed to have a central calendar which all
Outlook 2003 users will be able to access and modify live? Can I do
this (and how) with an imported calendar?
Same question, but for the address book. While awaiting your response,
I'm going through the shared folder thing.

Again, thanks,
Fred
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Larry Struckmeyer [SBS-MVP]

That may not have been the best source, but there are many.

Google on:

"setup public folders"
 

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