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Making Exchange 2003 a stand alone system

Posted on 2006-11-10
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I want to setup exchange 2003 to be a stand alone email server for multible companies.  Similar to how an ISP does it.  Is there a procedure available to lay out how this is done?  Is it worth it?  Problems?

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I don't like pointing people at other sites, but I answered a similar question on another forum earlier this week.
http://www.petri.co.il/forums/showthread.php?t=11089

I would suggest that you go and read that.

As for whether it is worth doing... personally I would say not. If you want to offer hosted Exchange, look around for one of the major hosted Exchange suppliers white label solution. This has no branding allowing you to either leave it like that or brand as your own.

Simon.
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WOW.  Thanks.  Forget that idea.
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