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I have two domains in a trust - UR.local and SC.local.  On the sc.local domain, there is an Exchange 2003 server on a windows 2003 server.  UR.local is server 2003 as well.  When users from UR.local conect through Outlook to the exchange server on SC.local, it requires the user to log in using a SC.lcoal user name and password.  Is there an approved method to allow uses to access the exchange server using thier UR.local user name and password?  I thought the trust would accomplish this.
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The trust would allow you to use the resources on other domain. When you access the exchange server on SC.local from UR.local, the exchange server must have a mailbox so that you can use. Have you created a user account on the SC.local which is the same as your own account on UR.local?
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Thanks for the response, Yes users are entered into AD on SC.local and have mailboxes.  The goals is to have the users on UR.local be able to use thier UR sign in to access the mailbox on SC.local.  
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I have given permissions to the UR user on SC users mailbox and it seems to be working fine.  I am still testing and looking for issues.
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