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ISA 2006 as Exchange 2003/2007 Front-end

Is it possible to have an ISA 2006 server in DMZ NOT belonging to any domain act as a front-end Exchange server for SMTP, RPC-Over HTTP and Web access?
The backend (one only) is placed in the private network and of course belongs to a domain.

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That is how ISA is designed to work. It will not be a true frontend - if you have multiple backend servers then you would need a frontend Exchange server. Otherwise yes - that is the preferred way to deploy ISA with Exchange.
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I've looked for articles regarding this but there's only solutions with ISA - Front-end and several Backends. Do you have any sutiable links to articles for my solution?
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