We have two physical Exchange servers that are getting pretty old. We also have a virtual infrastructure that has plenty of space, CPU, and memory available.
We don't have the money to upgrade to Exchange 2007 or Exchange 2010. Is there much of a problem virtualizing Exchange 2003. I can create seperate drives for the trans. logs and databases. We ran Perfmon on the Exchange servers and found that they really aren't working that hard at all. Are there any specifics I would need to worry about.
Thanks for your help,