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adding accepted domain to exch2010 and ex2003

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I am running ex2003 and ex2010 in same Org. I added a new “accepted Domain” to ex2010, however, I don’t see that domain in the ex2003 recipient policy, should it sync  from ex2010 and update the new domain name space on ex2003? I made the change a day ago.  The ex2003 servers aren’t excepting the new domain I entered on exch 2010; ex2010 excepts it fine, and I cannot edit the recipient update policy on Ex2003 because it was upgraded when I introduced ex2010 to the Org. Thoughts?  
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