Split MS Exchange Environment

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We have two domains in the same forest (abc123.local and xyz789.local) running Win 2003 AD. abc123.local is the first domain, it has Exchange 2003 Standard on MAIL1.abc123.local. We created a trusted domain - xyz789.local - and installed Exchange 2003 Enterprise as MAIL2.xyz789.local. The problem is we want these two Exchange servers to be separate. No policy replication, etc. We want the xyz789 users to have their own default SNMP addresses, etc. Right now, the policies are replicating. Can we stop this? We want them in the same forest, but COMPLETELY separate. Suggestions?
ASKED: February 13, 2006  5:29 PM
UPDATED: February 14, 2006  6:38 AM

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You can put security on your recepient policies that allow are deny a certain group to read apply the settings.
Make the security tab vissible in exchange and put security.

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