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Integration with external LDAP server

I have an Active Directory Domain with Exchange Server 2003 running on server 2003.   My Corporate HQ runs off a Linux LDAP system.  The LDAP system contains several domains including the one assigned to my organization. Is there a way to get all the LDAP domains included in my global address list. Also, is it possible to sync user names and passwords with the LDAP accounts. I am currently getting a LDAP server built locally that will sync with the HQ LDAP server. Any suggestions?
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c2jc_vincemg
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Kerem ERSOYPresidentCommented:
Hi,

Hi you can get all the domains in your LDAP list giwen that you have permission to access the whole list.
There's an open source project that enables two-way password synchronization between OpenLDAP and  AD. Please find it here:

http://acctsync.sourceforge.net/
 
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