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Windows 2003 Domain and Exchange

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ExchangeWindows Server 2003Microsoft Legacy OS
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My company is looking to change names, and we have already secured a domain name. We currently have a Windows 2003 server running Exchange and Domain Controller for the current old domains. The owner will not purchase any new equipment. I need to be able to have the users login to the new domain, yet keep their files and desktops the same, and I need Exchange to handle the email for both the old domain and now the new domain. I need to see if all this is possible, and get some help on where to start. Thank you in advnace for your help.
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