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2003 OWA with 2000 Backend

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i know you cannot use 2003 OWA front-end with an Exchange 2000 back-end.  however, i need Microsoft proof.  i have found webpages stating this fact, but management wants something from microsoft's site.
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http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;822178#13

look there and click on OWA with S/MIME Support

it describes the requirements including the server type
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THANKS! all i needed was microsoft support to prove my case.
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