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Exchange Public Folder replication between two domainS

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The client has one domain A in one location and another domain B in different location. Both sites run Exchange 2003. Can they do Public Folder Replication between two different domains?
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are the exchange servers in the same orginisation?
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If the two servers are totally separate then it cannot be done natively, you have to use additional tools. The main one that is suggest is MIIS from Microsoft, but that requires Enterprise edition of both Exchange and Windows.

If the servers are in the same forest, then you can simply replicate content.

Simon.
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They are totally separate. Wil review MIIS. Thanks.
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