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Using Exchange 2003 with Exchange 5.5

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My current site is NT4 PDC with Exchange 5.5 installed. I'm installing a remote site that is connecting to my current site thru wan link. The remote site has to run Live Communication Server. As such, I have to deploy Win 2k3 server and Exchange 2003.

My question: Is there a compatibility issue when my users in the remote site try to communicate with me thru e-mail and vice-versa? Will directory replication still work?

Thanks!

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No users will be able to mail each other . The only thing is how to set up your Active Directory connector between 5.5 & 2003 exchange .

Following article describes in detail is issue of ADC

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/823601/en-us

For setting up an ADC  between 5.5 & 2003 , folow the article below

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822921/en-us

Amit.


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