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I just have a question, not necessarily how it could be done, but can it.  I would like to run a server that will enable users (only 5) to access Microsoft Exchange Server, a small database, and have the server be able to back up info from 5 desktop computers, and be connected to a printer.  Is this possible?  

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Adam
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Ah, an easy one...  The answer is "Certainly."
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Hi Adam,

archerslo is on the money. Look at Small Business Server 2003 as the most cost effective way to buy those Ms products Windows server, 10 user licences, Exchange (plus SQL 2000 if you buy premium) in one box.
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