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importing a exchange 5.5 global address list into exch2000

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is there a way to import the global address list {*.csv} into a exchange 2000 computer.
i have 480 mail boxes and about 150 hidden groups.
the 2 mail servers are in two differnt domains but on the same subnet with no permissions between the two so setting up a connector is out of the question.
i am new to exchange 2000 and profecient with 5.5
pleae help if you can

thank in advance
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Do you just want the GAL or are you intending to move mailboxes as well? Is the GAL you want to move going to be another avaiable address book on the EX2000 server?
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This link may help
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnmes2k/html/exch2ktechartover.asp

Also, you may want to post a 0 point question in the Exchange Server area and point it to this question.
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i would like to just temporaly add a second GAL from a 5.5 server to w2k exch server
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Actually, you can have a connector even with the servers in different domain and/or organizations.  You'd install the Active Directory Connector on the Exchange 200 box and setup a one-way inter-organizational connection from Exchange (5.5) to Windows.

It will allow you to specify which containers in Ex 5.5 to pull addresses from (you can specify multiple) and which Windows 2000 OU you want to drop them into (you'll need to setup the OU).  The process will ask for a username and password for accessing the Exchange 5.5 directory and a Windows 2000 account for accessing the AD.
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thats kinda what i thought so iwoul need to add trusts one way to the 5.5 server to allow 2000 to create a connector to use the GAL
i presume i am correct??
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I works for me with no trusts.
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thanks you very much
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thanks you very much
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