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I want to setup an exchange server at my house.  The main reason is so my sprint ppc-6700 will be able to wireless sync my calendar with my computer.  

i have 2003 standard edition and small business server.  Do I have to house exchange on an OS or can I just use an XP Pro machine?
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Exchange will not install on XP - you say you have SBS? all versions of SBS come with exchange built in :)
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i know i can use sbs 2003, which is what I will do.  I just didn't feel like formatting my pc from scratch ;-)

oh well, thanks for the quick response!
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