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Durring running prerequisit for installing exchange 2007 sp2

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I have just a domain in my forest and have an exchange 2007 sp1 on windows server 2008 sp2.
I want to upgrade to Exchange 2010 with coexistence with exchange 2007 and after moving all mailboxes I will remove exchange 2007!!
First of all I should upgrade to exchange 2007 sp2 or sp3.
When I run /prepareschema or /prepareAD or /PrepareLegacyExchangePermissions in all of them it get an error message :
C:\Users\administrator.PMP\Desktop\exchange 2007 sp2> /PrepareLegacyE

Welcome to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unattended Setup

Preparing Exchange Setup

No server roles will be installed

Performing Microsoft Exchange Server Prerequisite Check

    Organization Checks              ......................... COMPLETED
 Cannot find the Recipient Update Service responsible for domain 'DC=PMP,D
C=com'. New and existing users may not be properly Exchange-enabled.

Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server

    Updating legacy permissions      ......................... COMPLETED

The Microsoft Exchange Server setup operation completed successfully.

I have run this command on master DC (windows server 2008 sp2)that has all fsmo rolles.
Could you please help me how I can pass this error correctly!!??
Thank you.
Satish Auti
Senior System Administrator

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