Hi there, I currently administer a server running SBS 2003, which is configured with exchange for our users. We have two office sites within our organisation, separated by around 600 Km.
The remote users have pop email addresses with a local provider and exchange on our SBS box is configured to auto forward firstname.lastname@example.org email to the external pop accounts.
My question is this, we are looking at adding a server with 2003 configured as a member server at the remote site, and communicating with the SBS box via a hardware vpn solution, to facilitate domain participation and local logon to the main domain. For file share and terminal services access to an application server at the main site.
What therefore will be the best solution to eliminate the current pop email service, allow the existing users to make use of the main domain exchange features; such as shared calendars and public folders, and be able to quickly access their mailstore via outlook.
I guess i am asking if it is possible to configure the remote server to host the mailboxes for the users at that site.
Thanks in advance...