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Enterprise Exchange 2003 implementation - using SQL Server 2005?

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Ok, is it possible or even something that is done - using SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition to be the Database Server for MS Exchange 2003 Enterprise Edition?
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No it can't be done.
Exchange has its own database format and does not interface with SQL.

Out of curiosity, why are you asking?
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