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Hello expert,

Please advise me..how do I set up exchange mail server on windows server 2003. I have a domain name something like http://www.mydomain.com

I want to set up a mail server that users can access to http://mail.mydomain.com

Here is a little info. about my server.

windows server 2003 web edition
Static IP
Exchange Mail server (not install yet)
using Linksys router ( 4 ports)
dyndns service (DNS)

I have also ran another server, but windows 2000

I'm not sure where I'm start it.  Can i either install exchange mail server on windows 2000 and work along with windows server 2003?  I'm not sure which way is secure and best fit. Please help me with your knowledge.  Thanks
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