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Export/Import Excahnge 2010 Contacts Between SBS 2011 Servers

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I need to export/import email addresses between two SBS 2011 servers in two different offices.

Both servers are a Small Business Server 2011 with Exchange 2010.
Both servers are in their own Windows 2011 SBS domain.
Both Exchange servers are hosting an email domain that is different from the other.
Both servers are in different offices across town from each other.
There currently is no WAN or VPN connection between the two offices that the two servers are in.

I need to replicate the address list in each server to the opposite server, from server 1 to server 2 and from server 2 to server1.

Is there a way to do this with out having to manually creating a mail enabled contact for each user on the opposite server?
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Hi,

We cannot import and export address for Exchange from irrelevant forest.
Even though we can use following command to export the e-mail address form Exchange:
Get-Mailbox | FL name,EmailAddresses

For your question, we can use directory synchronization tool, such as Forefront Identity Manager. More details about it, please refer to:
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/zh-CN/a72807f8-0645-49f2-b956-e986edc85881/share-address-list-between-organizations
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