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Is there a way to share a GAL between two Exchange servers in different domains?
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* Create Trust Relationship between Two Forests/Domains.

* Install Active Directory Connector on domain controller of either domains.

* Create New Connection Agreement.

* Select "From Exchange to Windows" - give name to connection agreement.

* In Advanced Tab - select "This is an Inter-Organizational Connection Agreement"

* Also in same tab - select "Create Windows Contact"
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