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I am writing an app for use in my QA Testing environment that sends faxes and emails.  I need to be able to search the network and only display those Servers that have Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 or 2000 installed.  Thanks in advance.
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The question is can I do this without knowing the name of the server (machine) and without using Active Directory.
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I am sorry I can't help you anymore than those links.  But from what I read it appears you need Active Directory services installed, as far as not knowing the names of the servers ahead of time you could easily enumerate those.  You could of left the question open until you got what you wanted, I just threw them out cause it's the only thing I could find.
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