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Exchange 2000 in Windows 2003 native mode domain

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We are currently running Exchange 2000 sp3 in a Windows 2000 navtive mode domain. I have read that you can run Exchange 2000 sp3 on a Windows 2000 server that is a memeber of a Windows 2003 domain. My question is does the Windows 2003 domain have to be run in mixed mode or can we move the Windows 2003 domain to native mode?

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you can move it to 2003 native mode fine.
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That is what I thought but I really could not find any documentation on it.
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