I have several domains hosted on a single Exchange Server 2003, and I need to separate the global address lists for each domain. I understand the concepts but I'm not sure about the execution. I found MS KB822940 linked in an answer here. That solution says to implement separate OUs and use those for list population and permissions. This is where I start to have questions.
Can I just use the domains themselves instead of OUs since I am segregating strictly by domain? If so, how do you implement that?
Also, I created new global lists to test with and followed the instructions to deny access to the default global list. However, after logging off and back on, I still have access to the default list in Outlook and cannot see the new lists. Any ideas about that?