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Scenario:

Exchange 2003 server services Windows domain A users.  SMTP/POP e-mail server (MDaemon) services domain B users.  Same subnet.

Wondering if there is anyway for the Exchange server to read the address book on the SMTP server (which can be an LDAP server) and publish those contacts for the Domain A users to resolve against.  Don't want totouch the existing DOMAIN A Users Outlook client(s).

Any ideas ?
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you will have to use MIIS server and do a lot of custom work.  The easiest way would be to export into CSV and import.
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