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ms exchange server question!

Posted on 2004-04-18
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hi dear all expert,
      i am a beginner in ms exchange server and i learning to set up it. i need some information or article to guide or teach me how to set up and configure.i need more understanding to exchang server. thus i required  all  exchange server documenetation. pls give some website or documentation for me to download and refer. thank all

regards,
yap

 
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by:ErikKvK
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start here, we all do...:-)

http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/
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can i install in winxp pro operating system?
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No, Exchange is a server product, minimal requirement is Windows 2000 server.

You also need IIS, not Personal Web Server
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