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Sharing calendar resources between 2 forests Exchange 2010

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I have 2 separate domains joined together by by a two way trust.  They now want to start sharing resources and calendars in Exchange as both companies are in the same building and share physical resources like conference and meeting rooms.  Both have Exchange 2010 running on a 2008 platform.  How do I need to configure Exchange so that people from either organization can see the resources and schedule them without having accounts on each Exchange Server?
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