I'm not entirely sure I get all your config details here but the short story is Unity can handle users across domains in the same forrest if you have trusts configured correctly. If the user is found and their mailstore available in the global directory then we're golden. You need to review the help for DiRT here:
there's a section in there called "Restore Procedure Overview" that has a section that goes over the details of how the directory syncher searches for users in the directory and determins if it uses an existing user or creates a new one during restore. It's critical you understand this and work off of that. DiRT also supports an alias remapping capability which is also covered in the help file. This allows you to have users you backed up with one alias bind to a user in a new domain with a different alias.
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
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