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I am migrating an 2003 exchange on a 2003 windows to 2008 R2 and exchange 2010

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I am migrating an 2003 exchange on a 2003 windows to 2008 R2 and exchange 2010 , can you point me to the best set of instructions to do this , the boxes will coexist and will both be on during the migration, any advice or tips ect would be helpful , I especially would like to see the instructions that YOU USED to do this
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