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Setting up Exchange from scratch

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I'm wanting to know more about setting up Exchange.  I've been administering an Exchange system that was in place when I came to this place, but I wouldn't know how to recreate it if I needed to.  And I don't mean a restore; a complete from nothing, including getting a domain address and an ISP.

Is there such a guide somewhere?

I'll be setting up a test/learning system at home, on a Server 2003 machine, and using Exchange 2003 (because that is what I have a work).

Thanks, Ron Hicks
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