If you haven't already done so, you need to establish
messaging connectivity between the 2 sites. Your choice
of connector to accomplish this will depend on your
situation. The site connector is the most efficient
connector and uses RPCs over TCP/IP which implies good
connectivity between the two locations. The X.400
connector is better at handling large messages and has
granular configuration. The IMC is suitable for
connectivity over the Internet.
Once you have a messaging connector in place then you
need to establish directory replication connectors in
>I have just built a new server for our office in the UK.
>We have two servers in a site here (Seattle). When I go
>onto the exchange server in Seattle the UK site does not
>show up (and vice versa). How do I get them to "see"
>other so that both sites show up in the organization
>(which they are both part of). Also, what is the best
>to connect the two of them (IMC, X.400 or site