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Setting up an exchange environment

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Hi,
I am looking for advice on how to setup an Exchange environment.
I have two servers, one that is already running as Domain controller and one that I plan to install Microsoft Exchange 2003 on.
As I already have a domain controller setup and running am I correct in saying that all I need to do is add the exchange server as a member server on the domain and then run domain prep and forest prep on the domain controller?
Also I want to setup outlook anywhere (RPC/HTTPS), have done this before but only on a SBS.
I know I have to open ports 80/443 up but where do I port forward them to? I am making a guess that I do not need to port forward them to the exchange server but I need to forward them to the domain controller?
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