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Hi,

We have an Exchange 2003 in our domain and we want to share our Global Adress List with another company which has also an Exchange 2003 with different domain.

Is there anybody can tell me what to do...step by step if possible...I'm not an Exchange expert. I think there is something to do with trusted domains, does it right?

Thank you
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