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I am interested in the Outlook Web Access feature in Exchange 2003. I heard somewhere that this wont work if Exchange is installed on 2000 server. Can anyone confirm this? Are there any other prerequisites for Web Mail?
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Outlook Web Access 2003 comes with Exchange 2003
once you install Exchange 2003 you will be able to use the new wonderfull interface of OWA 2003 with all features.
i have it installed on my windows 2000 Server and its working just fine.

Good Luck
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