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Exchange 2003 Active Directory Plugin on Server 2008 DC

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I have Server 2008 Domain Controllers in my domain now, and I would like to install the Exchange 2003 tools so that the Exchange tabs show up when viewing user accounts in Active Directory on the 2008 DC.

My Exchange Server is still running Exchange 2003 and I have only the exchange 2003 discs.  How do I get the tools to install on Server 2008 DCs?  Is there a download someplace, or do I need the Exchange 2007 discs?
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The Exchange 2003 Management Tools cannot be installed on Server 2008

http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.exchange.tools/browse_thread/thread/df08b710f15235d2
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So how can I get the management tools on a DC?  I can't until I upgrade to 2007?
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