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This is probably an easy, rookie question but I am no Sharepoint expert..  Sharepoint is currently hosted externally in version 12.0.0.6545, which I understand is Sharepoint 2007.  There is an available SBS 2008 server with Sharepoint Services 3.0.  Is it possible to move Sharepoint 2007 into Sharepoint Services 3.0 with the understanding that some of the development tools and "bells and whistles" would not be available?  
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it is possible to move MOSS 2007 data to WSS 3.0 data.  the features which exist in MOSS 2007 will not transfer to WSS 3.0.

you say MOSS is externally hosted.  does that mean you don't have access to stsadm or CA?

i'm going to assume you DO have access to stsadm and CA.  in that case, you'll want to de-activate some MOSS features before you export your content:
http://nanddeepnachan.blogspot.com/2009/01/sharepoint-migrating-sites-from-moss-to.html
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