Exchange 2013 Multi-Tenant

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yusuf.ahmad
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Hello Phil,

Great Article to configure Exchange 2010 SP2 in hosting. I followed your article and was able to configure much of Exchange 2013 in hosting. Below are few point I am stuck at.

1. How to manage Mulitple domain per organization.

2. Tenant Admin permissions, so that he can manage users mailbox and setting, as it was done in Exchange 2010 SP1 through ECP.

3. Distribution list management.

4. Public folder management.

 

If you had chance to work on Exchange 2013 hosting, please reply.

Thanks,

Yusuf

~yusuf

ingram
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Hi, unfortunately Jacob and I

Hi, unfortunately Jacob and I (authors) haven't haven't had much experience in Exchange 2013 mult-tenant hosting yet, so we can't offer any advice on the subject. We do plan on posting an updated guide at some point in the future, but it will have to wait until we get around to it. Until then, just reference the original 2010 SP2 multi-tenant guide, as most of it should apply still.

I do not believe Microsoft has supplied the Exchange 2013 multi-tenancy guide yet, see here.

 

yusuf.ahmad
Hi Thanks for the reply,

Hi Thanks for the reply,

I understand that it is a bit early for Exchange 2013 hosting.

Can you guide me with the steps for adding an additional accepted domain for Exchange 2010 SP2.

Thanks for the help,

Yusuf

~yusuf

ingram
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Just like it shows in the

Just like it shows in the 2010 SP2 guide:

New-AcceptedDomain -Name "New Tenant 1" -DomainName newtenant1.com -DomainType:Authoritative

yusuf.ahmad
That command works if I add

That command works if I add the first domain. If I try to add second domain for the same OU, it gives error:

New-AcceptedDomain -Name "New Tenant 1" -DomainName newtenant2.com -DomainType:Authoritative

Active Directory operation failed on EXE2K13LAB01.hostallapp.net. The object 'CN=New Tenant 1,CN=Accepted
Domains,CN=Transport Settings,CN=First Organization,CN=Microsoft
Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=hosting,DC=net' already exists.
    + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (:) [New-AcceptedDomain], ADObjectAlreadyExistsException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : 39264055,Microsoft.Exchange.Management.SystemConfigurationTasks.NewAcceptedDomain
    + PSComputerName        : exe2k13lab01.hosting.net

 

Thanks,

Yusuf

~yusuf