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Any suggestions on an Exchange 2000 for dummies online site?

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Trying to set up and Exchange 2000 Server for the first time.  I'm having problems with.. well, basically everything :)  Was wondering if anyone could suggest a site that has a walk through for the everything-challenged individual such as myself.

Thanks much,

JW
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This has all the white papers about Active Directoy and Exchange 2000, as well as the setup scenarios for Exchange 2000.
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