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Exchange 2000 DST update - can it be done manually as opposed to the hotfix

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I have read that the Exchange 2000 DST hotfix is available from Microsoft for $4000.00.  Apparently you need this if you use CDO type applications with Exchange - OWA and Blackberry BES for instance.  Is there any way to manually do what this $4000.00 hotfix  does i.e. hack through a pile of registry entries, create and run some scripts, etc.
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