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Want to Synchronize 2 mail files on 2 separate SBS2003 Servers running exchange for different domains

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Since two Exchange mail boxes cannot be opened in Outlook at once and for other reasons of convenience I would like to be able to syncrhonize two Exchange mail files on two separate Exchange Servers on SBS 2003 for two separate domains.

There are PST to PST synchronization tools out there and an expensive OST to PST "recovery tool" but nothing that I can see which will allow me to keep 2 OST files syncrhonized.  I understand that I could simply forward all mail to the other domain, but then that would not result in a syncrhonized mail file.

Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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with 2 SBS servers this just cannot be done. (unless you break the EULA) you need full blown Exchange with front end and backend servers.
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While it was helpful to hear what things technically cannot be done, I was hoping that someone would have some clever alternatives.
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