This enhances the functionality and interoperability of the Web.
This document has been produced by the P3P Specification Working Group as part of the Privacy Activity in the W3C Technology & Society Domain.
Which is moved my a remote as below Now moving the mailbox using a Remote move request Now you can See a Remote move has been Completed Now you won’t be able logon on the new forest directly as you required to change password as first logon To avoid that situation See- How to Disable “User must change password at next logon” after cross forest move using ADMT 3.2 Open Adsiedit –Set pwdlastset to –1 or just login to a client machine and change the password at first logon Great !!
you able to login in Target Forest Success fully !!
If source domain is always going to exist after migration .
Skip it if you want to share Free/busy information between these forests.
Thus users need not read the privacy policies at every site they visit.
Although P3P provides a technical mechanism for ensuring that users can be informed about privacy policies before they release personal information, it does not provide a technical mechanism for making sure sites act according to their policies.
if you doesn’t want to go for Federation you can share free busy using below method See – How to Configure Cross forest Availability Service (Free/Busy, Auto discover) – Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2010 Step 14: Please look into the below link for configuring Cross forest coexistence mail flow How to Configure Cross forest connectors (Mail flow) Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2010 Happy Cross forest Migration !!
Note: The CSV file used for the Complex Script is available for download from here.
Products implementing this specification MAY provide some assistance in that regard, but that is up to specific implementations and outside the scope of this specification.