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Exchange GAL Replication between two sites

OK Here's the scoop.  WE just merged with another company and have not yet consolidated our servers, however we need to send email back and forth.  Obviously we have different org names and I know I can use the move wizard from Microsoft but it sounds like a headache.  Is there anything else out there I can do to seamless exchange(bad pun) of our GAL.  Any help would be appreciated.
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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
2 different ADs? 2000 or 2003? and what version of exchange?
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habsfanAuthor Commented:
Sorry forgot to add that stuff.

Both of us are running NT 4.0 (Rock Solid) and Exchange 5.5
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David WilhoitSenior Consultant, ExchangeCommented:
well, the interorg tool is usable, but no guarantees there. That will do something of a GAL swap for you, and allow mail flow until you build a server for the migration.

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flyguybobCommented:
One of the best tools that I have found for this is SimpleSynch from CPS Systems  http://www.cps-systems.com/
I have used their product off and on for the past few years.  It scales well (last place was over 65,000) users.  The only downside is the price, which is not really that bad for a solution that can be automated.
It sure as heck beats exports and imports!
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flyguybobCommented:
Why the C grade?  This was an excellent suggestion and it works.
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