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Moving users to a single exchange 2003 server in a different domain, same forest

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We are looking to consolidate our users to a single exchange 2003 server. This means that some users mailboxes will be stored on a server in a different domain from where the users' accounts are stored, however the forest is the same.

I believe there should be no issues but I would like to confirm this with some Microsoft documentation. Can anyone point me to a white paper or knowledgebase article?
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Hi

Check this link

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/2003/multiforest.mspx

( Read the topic Active Directory and Exchange Server 2003 ). I hope this would give you some assurance.

Raja
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