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Windows Server 2000 and Exchange 2003

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I have a server with windows server 2000 and I was woundering if it as possabile to put Exchange 2003 on a windows server 2000 and how that would be possabile. Thanks in advance.
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Yes, you can definitely do it.  Take a look at this article for helpful information on how to implement:

http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-6345_11-5035081.html
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