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Can Exchange 2013 support child domains?

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We have a root domain and several child domains. Each child domain has their own Exchange 2007 server. We are migrating to Exchange 2013. Is there any issue with Exchange 2013 and child domains? We want to leave the Exchnage servers in each child domain as well as the root domain and have them all run 2013.

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As long as the servers are part of the same organization it will work fine. Each forest will only support 1 Exchange organization.
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