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Connecting new AD domains for Exchange calendar replication

This is a combo Networking/AD/Exchange question but seems like it probably fits here.  

We recently acquired 2 additional companys that also have their own forest/domains and Exchange 2K Servers.  They are now linked via T1's.

What is the best practice for replicating Exchange calendar information ONLY between the 3 Exchange servers.  Trusts are enabled but currently no AD information is being replicated between the forests.  From my understanding Routing group and Bridgehead servers now require you to integrate AD.  I would rather not integrate the entire AD structure if I do not have to because of previous experiences with AD corruption.

Ideas?
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wallewAuthor Commented:
Was able to sovle my problem by using a utility from MS called InterOrg.  This utility will allow you to replicate the information from Domain outside of your organization.  Works well.

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