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Will Exchange Server included with SBS 2003 run on MS Server 2003

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I am trying to obtain a copy of Exchange Server 2003 Standard Version that will run MS Sever 2003.   Does anyone know if it is possible to run Exchange server included with SBS 2003 on MS Server 2003?
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Possible, more than likely. After all it's the same product.
Legal? Probably not.
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If the SBS server isn't installed I don't know if you can install exchange somewhere else legally.

Best to call MS Licensing and ask them.
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all of the components of sbs are installed as a package.  The only way to separate the components of SBS 2003 is by using the transition pack.
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