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Exchange calendar sync

Hi ,
My office had a exchange server 2010 and my outlook 2010 is connected to it. I m a consultant and i have exchange account in another office. They are using EXCH 2007. I m currenly using webmail to access the external exchange account. But i m difficulty with the calendar. Is there any way i can merge my accounts together!
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Ramgkrish
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NightingduraikCommented:
Hi,

Are both Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2007 are in Same organization or different ?
for GAL sync between two organization you can use Microsoft Federation feature in Exchange 2010
Merging Account - means do you want to add the same account here? please clarify ..
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RamgkrishAuthor Commented:
Both are different organisations with different domain names on the email accounts!
say for example abc@xyz.com is my address in outlook & def@qwe.com is my webmail address. I have forwarding in def@qwe.com ->abc@xyz.com, so all my emails get forwarded.But the calendars are different. I need to sync them. wat are the options i got?
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NightingduraikCommented:
Ok,  so do you like to implement this for entire organization or single user ?
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RamgkrishAuthor Commented:
I would say entire organisation!!
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NightingduraikCommented:
In This Case i prefer option 1 to Go for Federation with Microsoft for Entire GAL if your organization will share your GAL information.
Federation is a free and Both orgnaization need to implement the same,
it is easiest one.  is it ok ? or do you need another solution? please post it here
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RamgkrishAuthor Commented:
how complicate is that?
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RamgkrishAuthor Commented:
can you explain options two & any resources for both options?
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NightingduraikCommented:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd335047.aspx

it is having complete details. and you have any clarification please let us know especially in clarification
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RamgkrishAuthor Commented:
i went  throught the technet article which is really gud. how about just adding only one user & not the entire organisation!
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RamgkrishAuthor Commented:
Not resolved but its was quite useful
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