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Exchange 2000 decomission Best Practices

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I am in the process of Decommissioning my Exchange 2000 enviroment, I am wondering if there are any best practices as well as any gotchas regarding this matter
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Hi,
Is this the last server in the organization. Is there any otehr server in the organziation
Please confirm
Thanks
Nitin
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