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Hi there and good morning to everyone.

I have a quick question about installing Exchange 2007

I need to replace a very old Exchange 2003 box in our Cardiff office, so the plan is to pop a 2007 box in while we migrate all the offices to our central group domain here at head office

I have a box for it to go on but it's Storage Server 2003 64bit

The Exchange compatibility site does not list Storage Server specifically as being supported so does anyone happen to know if it will go on or will I have to re-format the box and pop Standard Server 3003 on it, to be honest I'd rather not have to do this, but if I have to I have to

Thanks in advance for any and all comments
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Hi

As far as i know it is possible if you use feature pack 1.
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by:winstalla
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Ahhh now that is fantastic, cheers I'll see if the server has that Feature Pack Installed

Thank a lot
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