I know there is a plethora of info on this site, BUT I couldn't find a direct post that helped me answer my question:
- I have Windows Server 2003 that is active and running. Our entire company of 24 users log into Terminal Server and work on the server daily.
- I am trying to set up outlook to share calendars and also sync these calendars with our techs in the fields via their mobile phones.
- In order for Outlook to share Calendars, I understand I have to use MS EXCHANGE SERVER
- I already had purchased SMALL BUSINESS SERVER 2003 but learned it couldn't do Terminal Server so I went out and purchased Windows Server 2003 and have been using it ever since.
- I have a second server that is currently not being used and I am thinking about installing SBS 2003 in order to use Exchange Server to allow calendar sharing...etc.
Here are my questions:
1. Can I have two servers running successfully together that are SBS 2003 and Windows Server 2003?
2. I have all the users and security groups and everything working perfectly in Windows Server 2003. If I deicide to use SBS 2003 for Exchange Server, do I need to re-create all these users?
3. Should I just purchase EXCHANGE SERVER 2003 and install it on my Windows Server 2003 instead of fooling around with SBS2003?