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We have Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2003 Servers co-existing in our environment.  Should I change the Recipient Update Service to include the Exchange 2010 server?  Currently it still has the old Exchange 2003 server in that the Recipient Update Service and in the Enterprise Recipient Update Service role.
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9. The old Exchange server relies on the recipient update service, the new server does not. If you try and edit your address policy with the Exchange 2010 console you will see this error,

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