NEED HELP IN CONFIGURING EXCHANGE

hai ,
i have got my domain controller running windows server 2003 ,i have registered domain in my company name like mycomp.com ,DNS,MX record .i want to install and configure microsoft exchange server 2003 to send and receive from internel and also external . as i am new to the field can any one help me in the issue , thanks in advance
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balagkklAsked:
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patelbg2001Commented:
How man Exchange 2003 servers are you planning on having ? muliple sites or single.

Is the hardware ready?? (memory config, decent cpu (Xeon) and Disk array setup (Raid 1 for OS, Raid 1 for Exchange bin files & Raid 5 for mbx) is a decent setup for a small environment...

Have you accounted for redundancy (clusters , DR etc..??), backup??

Installing Exchange 2003 is pretty easy...

heres a link which should get you going - http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/exchange2003/exchange_2003_install.htm

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patelbg2001Commented:
and this one to set up MX records (DNS) for your exchange 2003 server
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I'm online if you need any more help
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balagkklAuthor Commented:
thanks for ur response , let me follow the procedurs if any doubt buzz u all sorry for the trouble
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balagkklAuthor Commented:
guys
 i have got hp server with dual xeon processor ,4 GB RAM,4 HDD with raid 1 enabled ,i want to set up my exchange server , i have registered custom domain (i.e .com domain) in dyndns.com ,DNS,and MX record from them i need to know how to configure all those stuffs in my exchange for send and receive mail both externally or internally. thanks in advance guys .
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msghalebCommented:
ok you need to have proper MX record configured at ur ISP side.

Port 25 should be opened for inbound traffic

Test via Telnet before and after your Firewall/Router

That's it you can recive mails.

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