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EXCHANGE 2003 - 2007 Migration Step by Step

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Hi guys this is my first time trying to attempt to migrate from an exchange 2003 server up to a new 2007 exchange enterprise server.

Has anyone accomplished this yet and what are the steps i need to take in order to accomplish this?

The other issue is they are on SBS and the guy told me he had run a reg hack to get it out of the sbs mode in order for them to add members servers. Will this be an issue because I plan on doing an entire network overhaul.

The current store is about 75 gigs and is maxed out with about 100 users.

Thanks in advance.
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Except this guides don't cover the SBS parts, which my guide does ;)
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