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What are the requirements? Running standard on win2k3
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yeah i've seen that..didn't do me too much good. :(
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How many users?
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When you say instant messenger, do you mean the new live communications server? Instant messenger was in exchange 2000, but not in exchange 2003.

The requirements can be found here:  http://www.microsoft.com/office/livecomm/prodinfo/sysreq.mspx

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