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Posted on 2004-03-24
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Hi

If I have an Exchange 2000 server on one site and an Exchange 5.5 server on another site,

The Exchange 5.5 Server is not being used at the moment the windows 2000 is

the two sites are linked via VPN,  

usres where the Exchnage 5.5 server is can only read their email by using OUTLOOK WEB ACCESS because of bandwith issues which prevents from setting up outlook email on each client pc,

CAN I configure the Exchange 5.5 server to connect to the Exchange 2000 server and receive email for those users?

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Yes, assuming you're still running in mixed-mode.  Read up on Active Directory Connector and Site Replication Service.  I'll get you started:
http://www.winnetmag.com/MicrosoftExchangeOutlook/Article/ArticleID/15545/15545.html
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The question "CAN I configure the Exchange 5.5 server to connect to the Exchange 2000 server and receive email for those users?" *was* answered. :D  Sure, it was a broad answer, but it was a broad question.
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