Split same domain between Exchange and Google Apps

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rocky

We have an Exchange 2007 org. with example.company.com domain name. This

domain is configured as accepted authoritative domain. It supports a division

in the company. With some organizational change, now some users would like to

use Google Apps service also with @example.company.com domain address. Does

anyone know how to configure Exchange accordingly to route all email traffic

properly? Is it possible to change Exchange org. domain to a (internal) relay

domain? Thanks.
 
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Mark Arnold [MVP]

On Wed, 24 Mar 2010 14:20:01 -0700, rocky

<rocky> wrote:


> We have an Exchange 2007 org. with example.company.com domain name. This
> domain is configured as accepted authoritative domain. It supports a division
> in the company. With some organizational change, now some users would like to
> use Google Apps service also with @example.company.com domain address. Does
> anyone know how to configure Exchange accordingly to route all email traffic
> properly? Is it possible to change Exchange org. domain to a (internal) relay
> domain? Thanks.


Why on earth would you want to do that. The whole point of having

Google Apps is that you don't want to host your own infrastructure and

manage it. If you are keeping your own infrastructure for Exchange why

not host it all there?

In any case contact Google, they will work with you to arrange

forwarding for any traffic for domain.com that doesn't match an

address they own.
 
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Simon Geary

This link will explain how to set up a shared SMTP namespace on the Exchange

side, but you need to contact Google to see if this will be possible on

their end.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb676395(EXCHG.80).aspx

"rocky" <rocky> wrote in message

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> We have an Exchange 2007 org. with example.company.com domain name. This
> domain is configured as accepted authoritative domain. It supports a
> division
> in the company. With some organizational change, now some users would like
> to
> use Google Apps service also with @example.company.com domain address.
> Does
> anyone know how to configure Exchange accordingly to route all email
> traffic
> properly? Is it possible to change Exchange org. domain to a (internal)
> relay
> domain? Thanks.
 
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rocky

The notification system seems not working. Anyway Mark and Simon, thanks for

your answer.

Does Exchange have to be authoritative for the AD domain? Say, our AD domain

is called example.company.com. What if we give this name to Google Apps

completely pointing MX record to Google server, etc and give internal users a

different email domain like internal.company.com? Is this possible with AD

domain name unchanged? Thanks.
 
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