I am looking at setting up exchange 2003 on a network which has the following specs.
- 2 x Servers (1 2003 SBS Server, 1 x 2003 Server Standard)
- the standard server is being used as a terminal server (with remote access to around 20 users)
- the 2003SBS server has exchange installed but is only using it as a mailbox store and to route internal mail. They are currenly using POP3 mailboxeses for external mail.
- The Terminal server has a static IP (for remote access) but the SBS/exchange server does not
I would like to know the best way to set it up so that they are using exchange for all email (e.g. getting rid of the pop3 mailboxes). The main issue i am not sure about is the static IP. Do i need to get another static IP from the ISP and point it to the exchange server (then set the MX records of the mail.domain.com.au to the new static IP) or is there someway to reroute particular traffic to the SBS server using the current static IP for the terminal server.
any help would be appreciated