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Using Dual Domains/Forests - 1.Dec.2003 1:00:00 PM   
JonnyT

 

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Hi folks,

I have the following problem:

MS Exchange 2003 is located in it's own Forest and Domain and the users accounts are located in another Forest/Domain.

A one way trust has been set up so the Exchange Domain Trusts the Users Domain.

The problem is that Mailboxes cannot be set up in the Users domain. How do you do this?
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RE: Using Dual Domains/Forests - 3.Dec.2003 7:09:00 PM   
sebastian798

 

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We are doing the same thing.

Set the mailboxes up in the Forest for Exchange and give them rights back to the accts in the acct. forest. Make sure the accounts created in the Exchange forest are disabled.

Alan

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