There is an enterprise listing, and a domain listing.
At this point in the process, you must right click on the enterprise listing for the Recipient Update Service, and then choose the Properties command from the resulting shortcut menu.
Post install the NEW server will hold client access, mailbox, and hub transport roles.
Unless you have Microsoft "Software Assurance" you cannot simply upgrade to 2010 for free.
In fact there is no direct upgrade, you need to perform what Microsoft calls a "Transition" to Exchange 2010.
This means you prepare your existing Windows domain and Exchange Organisation, to let Exchange 2010 exist, then you build an Exchange 2010 server, migrate your data into it, and finally remove your original Exchange 2003 server.
Yesterday somebody left the company, so we followed our normal procedure and hid them from all Exchange address lists and waited overnight for the Offline Address Book to be rebuilt.
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This is ironic since Exchange Server 2007 doesn’t even use the Recipient Update Service.
However, this task must be performed to proceed the uninstallation of Microsoft Exchanger Server 2003.
There are a lot of people who held out on the upgrade to Exchange 2007, and those people will now be looking to jump straight to Exchange 2010.