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Sync two global address books across two domains

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I have two exchange servers for 2 different companies on different domains.  One is SBS 2003 w/ exchange 2003, the other is SBS 2008 w/ exchange server 2007.  I want to combine or sync the global address book  into one. Is this possible and how do i combine them.
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You can use third party product like this : http://www.netsec.de/en/products/galsync/
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