However, you could create Exchange Server recipient policies for each of these SMTP domains. You could set it up...
so that all mailboxes created on the first Exchange Server mail store are given the @apples.com SMTP proxy address, and all Exchange Server mailboxes created on the second store receive the @oranges.com SMTP proxy address.
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