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Help with upgrading...migrating..where to start Exchange 2003 to 2007 cluster

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We are in a 2003 native AD and exchange environment. We are budgeting and I was tasked with getting an idea as to what we would need to migrate from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007 and a Cluster. Right now we have 3 sites with an Exchange 2003 server and GC on each site and being that we have a 6mb connection between each site we were thinking of possibly migrating the entire organization to one cluster...Microsoft cluster, HP...where to start and what to read?
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A traditional cluster is out with Exchange 2007. You need to be looking at a CCR. Tons of material on microsoft.com on setting it up.

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