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Address book Synchronisation between Exchange Servers - 1.Jun.2009 7:01:45 AM   
digitizer143143

 

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Hi all there,

I have recently solved the communication between 2 Exchange Servers 2007. Everything seems to be working fine from both ends.... but I was wondering.... how do I synchronize the address book of both Exchange servers, as both servers are on diffirent domains under different forest.

e.g: if users from Site A want to send emails to users in Site B, and vice-versa. How they find each other in their MS Outlook or OWA address books...

Regards,
arub
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RE: Address book Synchronisation between Exchange Servers - 4.Jun.2009 1:05:43 PM   
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Using the MIIS Feature Pack SP2, you can use the built-in GAL sync agent, as long as you can communicate on tcp/udp 389 and kerberos which I think is tcp 88 between your DC's you can do it. I am doing it, and it can be challenging, but works. It also requires you to run it on 2003 Enterprise, and have access to MSSQL database server to house the DB for the "metaverse"

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/GAL-Sync-Identity-Integration-Feature-Pack-IIFP.html

This is a article I used to get started, it will get you most of the way there...

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RE: Address book Synchronisation between Exchange Servers - 17.Jun.2009 8:44:50 AM   
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hey troy,

sorry for the delay on replying... thanks a bunch for the reply..... I can give it a try.... but all my servers are 2008... so I hope it should work here as well....

thanks again !

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