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Exchange 2003 Distribution Groups

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We have upgraded our Exchange enviroment to 2003 and i am down to my last 2003 exchange server to decommision. my question is the distribution groups dynamic and standard that was created on the 2003 enviroment, will they automatically carry over to the 2007 enviroment or do i need to re create them on the 2007 exchange server?
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sorry i mean we upgraded to 2007 not 2003.
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ErikCamacho earned 2000 total points
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They are stored in Active Directory and should not have to be re-created. Unless they are stored in your public folders then just sure to migrate.
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