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Exchange 2003 migrating to Exchange 2010 & Windows domain 2012

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Hi Guys

Question 1:

Currently my windows domain is Windows 2003 sp2 and Exchange 2003 SP2. can I upgrade to windows 2012 domain and Exchange 2010 sp3? or I should be on Windows 2008 R2 domain.

is there any link where it explain well what version of domain does each exchange version support.

Question 2:

Currently my windows domain is Windows 2003 sp2 and Exchange 2003 SP2. can I upgrade only my windows domain to windows 2012, will it affect my Exchange 2003 server?
Thank to send me a good & complete migration document link

thank you

Jeff
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