I am after some advice, my company currently uses exchange 2000 running on ms sbs 2000 (company A).
We are just about to take over another company who also run the same setup (company B). These new users will need to have email accounts on the exchange server of company A.
Company A's email server could really do with being upgraded, it hit its 16gb limit the other day and i had to take emergancy action to gain some breathing space.
I suppose the ideal solution would be to upgrade Company A's exchange server to sbs2003 and use the one in (company B) just for historical purposes for their old email.
If this is the right thing to do, how do i go about it bearing in mind that Company B is in a remote location?
Also, i need to get some kind of dedicated line between the two offices, whats the best way of going about that?
Also, sorry about this!, am i right in thinking that SBS2003 is limited to 75 users?