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creating trust relationship between a SBS 2000 and a SBS 2008 domain

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If it Is possible, how would be best achieve this.

For the bigger picture, here is what we intend to do.
Current situation : one SBS 2000 domain running Exchange 2000 runs together in his domain with a Windows 2003 R2 Server as Terminal Server.
We would like to insert one SBS 2008 Server and port the Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2008.
Apparently this is not possible (unless you find us a method to do so), so one workaround would be to create a trust relationship between the SBS 2000 and SBS 2008 domain.  And gradually port all the applications running on the SBS 2000 towards the SBS 2008.  But for this to work (keeping the applications on the SBS2000 Server available on the SBS 2008 domain until the SBS 2008 has proven to be compliant) we would need to be sure whether and how a trust relationship between a SBS 2000 and SBS 2008 is achievable.  Additional question how to we port the Exchange 2000 mail store to the Exchange 2008?

Thanks for your reply.

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