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Hello,

Here is the problem.  We are part of a larger organization which is composed of two separate Windows 2003 forests connected physically by a T1 connection.  I was recently informed that the other forest will be hosting an exchange server for our users.  The idea was that the GAL and the Calender Free/Busy would be centrally managed and a central mail server would be used.  My question is how to I set this up so that our users don't have to have accounts in each domain in each of the forests.  I would like everything to be transparent with a single sign on.  I could probably setup a forest to forest trust, but worry about exposure since this is a completly separate entity.  Anyone have some guidance on how this could be done.

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Here is a starter. Once you have read this then you could ask specific question.
I am sure this doc will help.
I have learnt it from here.....


http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/guides/PlanE2k3MsgSys/7b55088b-60fb-41e5-a5a2-ad8ae3c3cd49.mspx?mfr=true



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Sorry this link is more related to your question as you have only one exchange in one of the forest.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/guides/PlanE2k3MsgSys/7b55088b-60fb-41e5-a5a2-ad8ae3c3cd49.mspx?mfr=true


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