MS Mail and Exchange

My company is using MS Mail at the moment. We are look in the ISDN and use exchange as our mail system.
Any information or advice?
wlchanAsked:
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purphazeCommented:
Well, not sure how much info you want, so...
I have installed several sites using your above specs. I have always used Ascend PipeLine 50 or 75 ISDN routers. Easy to configure, very stable, good tech support.
The new exchange 5.5 is not very difficult to install and configure for Internet E-Mail. It has a wizard that wals you thru setting up the IMS (Internet Mail Service).
If you will not be using your own DNS, have your ISP point the MX record to the IP address of the Exchange server.
Buy as much memory as you can afford, as Exchange uses a lot of resources (also depends on how many users and how much e-mail each one will generate). The 5.5 seems to be strong, as none of the installs I've done have had any probs (installs range from clients using internal e-mail and internet e-mail, to one who is an ISP
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wlchanAuthor Commented:
Is this possible to change the MS mail to exchange all in one go or not. I would grateful if you can give me as much informations as you can.

Thank you.
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wlchanAuthor Commented:
I would be grateful if I can have some more further details regarding this subject. e.g. What is the best way to change from MS mail to Exchange for more than 150 user. How we can count for each user for use of memory/resources. How to change Exchange as Internet email gateway. and personnal address and mail box transfer ect.
Thank you.
 
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wlchanAuthor Commented:
Would be nice to have more info.
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wlchanAuthor Commented:
Would be nice to have more info.
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