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Basic steps to move exchange 200 from old server to new server

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I want to replace our old Windows 2000 server with new hardware.  What is the best way to move our Exchange 2000 Private and Public Information stores to a new server?  I of course have the Windows 2000 backup program.  I can easily change the server name and the local domain name if recommended.
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