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Is it possible to configure Google Apps to have some mailboxes on that service and other mailboxes configured on an Exchange server? Meaning if one user prefers to use the Google Apps interface and would like their mail for domain.com sent to a Google Apps configuration for that domain. But also have domain.com mailboxes configured on the Exchange server for those that want to continue using Exchange as their provider?
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You can configure Dual Delivery of emails - where mails for some users get delivered to Google apps / for others it gets delivered to Exchange.

Check the dual delivery options here.
https://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?answer=96855

What version of exchange are you using ?
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We are using Exchange 2007. I will check out that link you posted
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Thank you for the quick, concise and accurate response!
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Thanks :)
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