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Moving From Exchange 2003 to 2007

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We have cluster A (two exchange 2003 servers) and a all together separated cluster B (two exchange 2007 servers).  We also have two AD running Windows Server 2003.  We want to move all of our exchange stuff (information stores, mailboxes, etc&) to the new cluster running Exchange 2007.  Now I would like to know ALL the things I need to check before I move the storage groups and the easiest and safest way to do this.  If I left anything out or you need to know, I will add.   All servers are running Windows Server 2003, the newer boxes have a 64 bit version of Exchange 2007.  
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Just want to update this - all servers and exchange on new servers are running great they have been running for about two months now.  The only thing left is moving storage group to the new location, just wanted to make sure I do my homework on this.
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