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I have two Exchange organization (Organization A is Exchange 03 and Organization B Exchange 2007). I have setup two-way trust on the AD and both are working. Now, my question is Can users in Org A use the Active Sync web address on Org B and get there mailbox from org A?
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You cannot share CAS across Exchange orgs. If you have users in two separate Exchange orgs then they will need separate access points for email - whether that is OWA, Outlook Anywhere or ActiveSync.

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That what I thought, do you have MS article so I can show it to my manager?
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