At my former working place we had an MS Exchange email server and several NT Domains. The domains had different trustships between each other. In the exchange webmail you are only asked for username and password. Users who don't belong to the main domain but one of the trusted domains had to use "domain\username" as username. The username chosen in MS Outlook for the exchange server was also domain\username. I never tried with @, but the \ is common separator in MS and I think it should be handled without a new property.
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