I have an older Dell PowerEdge 2500 Server that is on its last legs. I am running Windows 2003 SBS on it with Exchange. I have decided that due to a few problems that have not been able to be solved, and other reasons that I want to do a fresh install of SBS on a new server rather than swing it or any other type of migration. So now I have to figure out what issues I am going to face. I have about 50 users and don't mind recreating them. What is the best way to get the 25GB+ exchange database onto the new server and running. I think that even after getting the database onto the new server, I have to match up mailboxes to users. Is there a nice step by step process for this or am I not going about this right at all. As I have said, I want to to a fresh install of SBS because of various issues with it in its current state. If there is a way to copy users over, instead of reentering them then that would be helpful too, but not really that big an issue.I will be copying my ISA setting over, since that is easy to export. And I don't have a big rush on this so the last thing I will do is copy the Exchange database. I did rename the server. If that is a problem then I can name it the same as the original one.