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We currently on Exchange 2003. Our mangement wants use to move to Exchange 2010, but they want the entire system Virtualized. Has anyone done this? If so, could you share your design.

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It works very well and is now fully supported.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996719.aspx

In terms of sharing designs - you'll be lucky to get that much detail to be honest as these tend to be done to suit a specific customer, remain the property of said customer and/or consultancy and as such are copyrighted and cost a lot in terms of time and money to be produced.

However, if you have any specific questions, I'm sure you'll get plenty of assistance.
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