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I used Windows2000 Advanced Server. But my company dont have the mail server for itself. Such for the staff. So is Windows 2000 Advanced Server will able to do so? and What are the configuration?

I just only has dns server which primary is 202.188.0.133 and 202.188.1.5 and the gateway is 192.168.123.254. The company is using Router. So is that possible for me to build up a mail server from Windows 2000 Advanced Server?
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Yes you can configure your win 2000 advance server to web server or mail server.Go to the link below for more detail
     http://www.icewarp.com/Learning/DNS_Configuration.asp
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