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User access to TWO Exchange 2000 servers

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I have a user which has Windows 2000 Pro logging into a Domain containing 2 servers. One called diary which is the Root DC and runs Exchange 2000, the other a Child DC for file sharing and printing.

He has Outlook setup for internel e-mail with calendars and public folder all working fine.

I have OWA running fine for folder access.

Another department are rolling out their own Exchange 2000 server and he will need access to another Exchange 2000 in another domain from Outlook

My question:

How can he have access to 2 Exchange servers in differant domains from Outlook?


Thanks for your help and any further advice!

James.
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I believe you will have to either create a new mailbox and assign it to a new user, then give him rights to access it, or just create him a whole new account for the new domain and mailbox enable it. You cannot have one Active Directory have two mailboxes assigned to it. So you will have to work around this.
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