Creating a New Server Setup

Alright I got the green light to migrate from a Server 2003 network to an OpenSource setup.  We have about 30 users, mostly off-site users.  The server is used for e-mail (exchange), webhosting(apache), document management (Sharepoint 2.0) and remote terminal.  What would you suggest for the best server setup?

Currently we are leaning toward 2 boxes running Fedora (should we go RHEL?).  One box would exclusively run mySQL, the other would run Xen with an DHCP server, openXchange server, alfresco server and then keep our remote terminal server in the mix as well.  Thoughts?  I just saw that openxchange is only compatible with RHEL... is that true?

Peter  
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pablouruguayConnect With a Mentor Commented:
ok.

you can do the same with
exchange: sendmail //postfix
apache: apache
document managment: zope // plone // web 2.0  http://www.askeet.com/question/web-2-0-alternative-for-sharepoint


If you can change the fedora to RHEL is better anyway the 2 servers are the same with fdifferent update programs.

and openechange
    * SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 (SLES9 for x86, 32-Bit)
    * Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (RHEL4 for x86, 32-Bit) - Also requires
      Red Hat Application Server v.1 Update 1 (x86)


 
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