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Moving to hosted exchange frrom 2003 to 2010

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We are looking at moving to a hosted solution of Exchange 2010.

We currently have Exchange 2003 and Active Directory 2003.

There is lots to consider but my main worries are:

1) changing the location in AD of all users mailboxes in one hit so this updates the outlook profile to the new external mail server?

2) When we uninstall Exchange 2003 will this remove the attributes and classes from AD?  

Thanks all.
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