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Upgrade Exchange 2003 to 2010: Edge Transport Server

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I am planning an Exchange 2003 to 2010 migration.  In our current set-up we only have one Exchange 2003 server sitting inside our domain.  As part of the migration I want to implement an Edge Transport Server in a DMZ.

There are a lot of moving parts with getting this migration done, and it is my first move to Exchange 2010 (no real experience with 2007) so I would like to move in small steps if possible. My plan right now is to set up the 2010 Exchange server, migrate to it, and then once I have everything working properly and the Exchange 2003 server is decommisioned I would set about configuring an Edge Transport Server after the fact.  

Can it be done in this manner, or should it all be done at the same time?
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There's a decent set of steps to migrate here: http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/47632

Otherwise technet has migration guides.
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And yes, you can setup the Edge server after migrating.
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