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adding exchange 2010 edge server to an exchange 2007 environment

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We currently have an Exchange 2007 enterprise environment. It consists of maibox server, Hub transport server and two CAS servers. I have just been told to add two edge servers to our environment and am hoping to use Exchange 2010. I have two new WIndows 2008r2 servers built and not joined to our domain, however I did set our domain as the PRIMARY SUFFIX in the computer properties. How can I safely bring them into our exchange environment to be used as edge servers? They are configured with IP addresses on our DMZ. All advice is welcome this is my first real exposure to edge servers and exchange 2010...thanks
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