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GAL Synch between SBS 2003 & Windows 2003 domains. Is it possible?

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When using IIFP or MIIS for GAL synchronization is it possible to synch with an SBS 2003 and Windows 2003 domain?
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Sure. SBS is just another w2k3 domain by itself. Both MIIS and IIFP work between two directory services.
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