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Exchange move

Exchange move

Exchange move

(OP)
We recently acquired a company and using 1 person as a trial we moved them over to our Domain and our Exchange 2010 servers. The issue is this user would like a way to see her old company's Global Address list and her old Calendars. How would I go about doing that?

RE: Exchange move

Did you do a cross forest move and is there a trust in place?

RE: Exchange move

(OP)
There is no AD trust. We have created a tunnel for them to access our servers. We setup conditional forwarders

RE: Exchange move

Not sure what sort of tunnel you have but you will need to allow the ewes end points to talk to each other. A federation trust and org relationship would be the most common way to achieve it.

Check out http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2011/0... which should help you.

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