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DXU76
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« on: February 14, 2005, 10:20:16 PM »

Hi All-

I've never set an email server before. Is it very complex to set up? What kind of other network services (i.e DNS, DHCP, AD) needed to set it up?

Secondly, our Domain controller is currently a Linux base, LDAP, I believe. Will that be compatible?

Thanks
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« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2005, 11:02:29 PM »

If you are setting up an Exchange server you will need Active Directory end of discussion. In order for Exchange to function properly DNS must be setup properly. You can also use a 3rd party mail server if you like but you will still need to have dns correct especially externally with your MX records.
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« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2005, 10:27:35 AM »

Hi DXU76,
It is depending on which version of exchange you want to install,
5.5 Got its own dir. and it relies on windows
NT4 domain environment, and can be installed in Windows2000 domain environment.

Exchange2000 or 2003.
They rely on the following'
A- Active Directory(win2000 or 2003domain) and Global Catalog Server
B- IIS service(SMTP).
C- DNS has to be properly configured for name resolution on the network.

Anyway To Run Exchange 2000 at the minimum you need the Following.
A- The Information Store (Exchange 2000 component)this where Exch. stores mailboxes and public folders - informations- and the database files for this component are (priv1.edb,Priv1.stm - pub1.edb, pub1.stm).
B- The System attendant (exchange 2000 component).
C- SMTP.
D- IIS.
E- Active directory and global catalog server.

if you have an external DNS zone you should create MX record pointing to your Exch. Server.
If not you should ask your ISP to create a record in his dns server pointing to your mail server.
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