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Dyn DNS and exchange server 2003

Hi Guys, Please help me. I need to setup an exchange server 2003 on windows 2003 server on a test basis. I don't have a static ip so i have heard that we can do it through dyn dns..there a free edition.  Can you please give me the steps...

My domain controller is on server 2003
Im planning to install my exchange on a member server 2003

I dont want to use pop3 connector software to download the mail..

Please help

Thanks
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Gorbi999Commented:
You can use a Dyndns-Domain and use this Domain as MX-Record.
For example, if you have test.dyndns.org your MX-record will be test.dyndns.org.
You can install the Dyndns-Service on a router or on the system itself with a software-client.

But i would absolutely not recommend to use this scenario in a productive environment, as is could take a bit time till the IP-change has been recognized by the Dyndns-service. So in this time incoming mails could be delayed or bounced.
To avoid this, you can get a backup-mailserver, which forwards your mails to your system. This way you can't loose mails. Ask your provider if you need this solution.
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techlabtestAuthor Commented:
thanks for the response...is it the website:dyn.com?
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Gorbi999Commented:
there are different websites/services: dyn.com, no-ip.com, dnsdynamic.org
Take whatever you like.
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