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Adding a new Exchange 2007 mailbox server to existing Exchange 2007 organization

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I have an existing Exchange 2007 organization spread over 2 sites each site has 2 Hub transports and 2 cas servers(both roles installed on 2 boxes) each site also has a CCR cluster for the mailboxes.
We are set up for webmail and outlook anywhere from the outside.
I would like to add an additional mailbox server to one of the sites. Can I just add the server? Is there anything within the Exchange organization I would have to set up inorder for all features of the new mailbox server to work?(Mail flow, webmail, outlook anywhere etc.)

Thanks in advance for your help,

Todd
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No...you just need to make sure you have all the 'additional components' installed (IIS, WWW pub comp, Net COM+, SMTP/NNTP NOT installed).

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