If you click on the OO Canon of Scripture tag, you'll find other threads on this. I'm not absolutely sure about everyone's canon, but I think
the following may true:
1. The Armenian canon is the same as, or almost the same as, the EO canon.
2. The Coptic canon is the same as the Roman Catholic canon.
3. The Ethiopians (and I am assuming the Eritreans) have the most expansive canon:http://www.ethiopianorthodox.org/english/canonical/books.html
4. The Syriac and Indian Orthodox traditionally use the Peshitta, which I think has a more abbreviated New Testament canon:http://www.orthodoxchristianity.net/forum/index.php/topic,26347.0.html
I think their Old Testament may have at least some of the Deuterocanonicals, although I am not sure which ones.
I would greatly appreciate any clarification by our Syriac Orthodox or Indian Orthodox brothers on this, as it is something I've been curious about myself.
Also, if I've made mistakes with anything else above, someone please correct me.