Question: . . . we have recently installed GALsync 4 into our environment to share GALS with a similar sized third party company. My question is, when we run the import – which works perfectly well, it (obviously) doubles the size … Read More »
You might want to change from using availability service to classic public folder usage for accessing and storing free/busy information. What you have to consider if using free/busy information with public folders in a pure Exchange 2010 environment after installing … Read More »
In this second part we describe how to use GALsync during an inter-org (inter-forest) migration / cross-forest migration using exchange shared name space. If a shared smtp name space is present, both organizations are responsible for the same smtp addresses.
In this part I will tell you what objects from Active Directory may be synchronized between forests and how to chose them in GALsync’s directory tab.
GALsync is written in C# using .NET Framework. The GUI is Outlook 2007 like. In this blog I describe how the most important features are represented in our Graphical User Interface (GUI).
Perfectly functional, affordable and always efficient, it will save you tons of time and money, no matter if you are performing a one-time migration or doing that on a permanent basis!