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I currently have 1 domain called domainA.    I have an Exchange 2007 server in this domain.   I need to create a new domain , domainB,  that users will login to and then access all resources including their Exchange 2007.

What is the best way to proceed with this?
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You'd create domainB and then create a trust between domainA and domainB.  You can setup trusts in the AD Domains and Trusts MMC.

I would only recommend this if you absolutely have to.  You're asking for a lot more work than it's worth, usually.
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