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SuperTealc

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I need some help for a cross domain configuration.

AD:
domain.COM (public domain)
domain.LAN (private domain)

MX:
smtp.domain.COM (with both domains configured)

The questions are:
I have a user on domain.LAN with a mailbox configured by default.
- How can I setup this user account to reveive mail from outside for domain.COM ?
- How can I setup the same user account to send by default with the domain.COM address ?

Thanks for your help
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marook

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The big question is:
Why does M$ have this shitty praxis of making two DNS zones that totally mess everything up?

You should create the same DNS zone, and make seperate DNS servers that respond with the right IP's on the Inside and the Outside - that would be the best thing to do. That would also make your Kerberos SSO work worldwide without VPN, if you open the right ports.. Wink

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Jakob Peterhänsel
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freakinvibe

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You should not confuse "mail domains" with "Active Directory domains".

For getting e-mail to work, you only have to create the domain "domain.COM" in KMS. All your e-mail addresses will end on "domain.COM". The "domain.LAN" will not be used in e-mail addressing. "domain.LAN" will only be used for authentication to AD.

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