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Installing Sharepoint 2007 and Exchange 2007 on the same server

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I am attempting to install Sharepoint 2007 and Exchange 2007on the same Windows 2003 R2 server. I have both apps installed, but I can only get one of them working at a time. I installed Exchange first and it was working fine with a host header. Then I installed Sharepoint Server 2007, and it disabled the default website where exchange owa was installed. When I try to reenabled the default website, it gives me a port conflict error. When I add a  host header to the sharerpoint - 80 website, then the sharepoint site doesn't work. I also tried extending the sharepoint site with a host header and that didn't fix anything. Since got "page cannot be displayed. I have seen solutions for fixing this issue with 2003 apps, but not with 2007. Please advise.
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by:Vivek Thangaswamy
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Port 80 is made for Sharepoint 2007 as per Microsoft :). Better you first install Sharepoint 2007 and then install exchange server.
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Tried the suggested sequence, but that didn't work. As soon as I installed exchange, the stopped the default website where it was installed because sharepoint was using port 80. I also tried added an additional IP address to the network card and assigning each website its own IP, but that still didn't work. Please advise.
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by:Vivek Thangaswamy
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sorry spell mistake

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So, will this address my exchange issue also?  I am currently able to either one or the other working, just not both at the same time. When I read the instructions, I can tell how it actually helps me. Will this process give a way for me to have multiple websites on port 80? Do I need to do anything special with exchange after installing sharepoint with these instructions.

Sorry for so many quesitons. I am just trying to get this resolved as soon as possible. Thanks!!
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by:gmmcquaid
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It will allow both to work, we have been monitoring this question for an answer.  Follow the guide word for word any problems contact <email address removed, -red> as he found the fix to this.

Thanks
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Last question - Does it matter which order the installations take place in?
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by:gmmcquaid
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I don't think so, we installed Exchange first and then Sharepoint.  Exchange creates into the DWSite as it needs an ientifier of 1 to work.  Sharepoint creates sharepoint - 80.
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by:o_b_c
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I would love to know exactly what steps you took to get MOSS2007 and OWA2007 working on the same box.
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