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Hi there

If I up-grade our NT 4 server to Server 2000, will the existing Exchange Server 5.5 continue to function?  Is there a recommended procedure to follow or should I consider upgrading exchange 5.5 to exchange 2000 as well?

Appreciate any feed back.

Thanks

Gary
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Thanks slink9

I will try upgrading the server to 2000 and see what happens.

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Okay.  Why a C?  Is there something wrong there?
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