Exchange Server – Configuring Public Domain in Server

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My domain has been configured in windows ’08 R2 which is my network. Exchange ’10 along with configured mailbox, access and hub transport roles are available in the member server. The entire thing that we are looking for is to make our server to be located in the data center along with our service provider and the Exchange and our domain has to be configured along with all the three roles within a single server. The email users are not our own members in our domain. Windows 03 is used for our domain and that is along with the forest functional level. Is this going to be working for us?  Will there be any difference in the internal domain and configured public domain in the server?

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Exchange Server – Configuring Public Domain in Server

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How many domains are you using? If you use many domains than please make a priority of which domain you want to use. Check also your DNS setting & POPmail setting. As far as I know there is no difference in configuring public domains in Server Exchange 2010.

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Yes, this solution can work, but it would increase your maintenance burden, because if you have the same sever doing 3 jobs at the same time then it will require more resources. Instead I would suggest having all the 3 roles separated to all 3 different servers that would also help the admin persons to maintain each server.

There will be no difference between your internal domain and the public domain, but make sure to protect your internal domain from external attacks.

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