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I am installing Exchange 2010 in an org that has existing 2003 exchange. Need help configuring  the hub transport server to work with the postini servers that allow inbound and outbound traffic.
The existing 2003 server will not be decommissioned yet, so I need to have both environments working.
HELP!
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check the below Microsoft article:
Install Exchange 2010 in an Existing Exchange 2003 Organization

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd638130.aspx
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Good links to the technet articles that I needed.
Thanks Guys!
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