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exchange 2007 installation questions

I have a new exchange 2007 installation. They have purchased 4 servers. I was thinking of on the 1st server this will be a client access server, the two middle servers will host post offices so that they are split out. The fourth server will be hosted at a dr site for fall back. Where should smtp be hosted and what am I missing thanks
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The following gives instructions on a typical install as well as links to other areas for special install instances: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123694(EXCHG.80).aspx

zenworksbAuthor Commented:
that site is not working
Hmmm...I was able to view it; are you going through a proxy/web content filter of some sort?
Malcolm AliSr. Infrastructure ArchitectCommented:
Please remember that in Exchange 2007 you are required to have at least one HUB TRANSPORT Server roll deployed. This can either be a standalone server, or the role can be deployed with the mailbox or CAS server roles on system. If you do not want to have a server share the roles you may want to use the fourth box for HUB role, or deploy only one mailbox server at this time.
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