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Upgrading Exchange 2000 to 2007

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Hi All,
I currently have a Windows 2000 environment.  One of the servers is running Exchange 2000.  We are installing a new server which will take the place of the Exchange 2000 server.  The Exchange 2000 server will be removed completely from the network.  I am planning on bringing the Window 2003 server with Exchang 2007 onto the network and transfer the mailboxes over.  Does anyone know of any articles that may be helpful with this?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Scott
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