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  • Small Business Server 2003 & Exchange Server 2003

    I want the functionality od shared calenday, contacts and tasks found Exchange but I don't want to mess with the e-mail. Can I get the functionality I want and keep e-mail at my ISP?

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    How many users is it for? How does the e-mail work at the moment?
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      Micrisoft Small Busines Server - Instasllation and set up ??

      Thanks for the reply. Here is the WHOLE story in a few sentences.

      I have MS-SBS 2003 installed with a single network card and a router. I think this may be problematic so I'm planning to reinstall with 2-NICs and a switch. I have a broadband (always on) ISP and use MS Outlook SMTP. I also have NO-IP which keeps my domain name LiftedUp.no-ip.net current in their DNS. This seems to work OK. I also have Exchange Server 2003. I've yet to get everything working at one time.

      There are 4-5 computers on the network, 4 user accounts, or at least that's what I want on the network. Highest priority is shared calendar, contacts etc using Exchange erver 2003. E-mail to LiftedUp.net would be nice as would a simple web site.

      I'm not a hardware person and have never taken any MS training. is it reasonable to think I can make this happen by simply following directions and if so where do I find a step-by-step guide to getting this done.

      I know this is a big request so let's just start with is it reasonalbe to think I can do it and then go forward (or not from there.

      Thanks -Gene

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        I'm afraid to say that SBS2003 will pretty much do all the hard work (putting us Microsoft trained 'experts' out of a job!!). You can keep you settings and have exchange doing calendars. But having exchange doing your e-mail as well will really give you a much better system.
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