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Install/Mirgate Exchange Server 2003

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I am planning to implement redundancy in an exchange environment for a single server (within the environment).

The current is 7 years old. We have 2 new physical servers. I want to move the mailboxes and exchange service to the new physical servers and cluster it.
 
Would it be safe to say that the scoop of work is the following:

1. Install Exchange Server 1 into the current environment.

2. Move Mailboxes to exchange 1.

3. Install and configure cluster on exchange server 1.
4. Add exchange server 2 to the environment.

5 Install and configure cluster on exchange server 2.

Does that look about right?
Is there a step I missed or should I arrange them in a different order?

Can I install both servers at 1 time or should I install right after the other like I have it there?
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