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<p>Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 released on September 28, 2003. One of the new features in Exchange Server 2003 is enhanced disaster recovery which allows administrators to bring the server online more quickly. This is done by allowing the server to send and receive mail while the message stores are being recovered from backup. Now newly released version of Exchange server is Exchange 2010 after 2007 version. Exchange server 2010 officially released on 9th November 2009. But here I will discuss about Microsoft Exchange server 2003. In a workstation most of users are use Microsoft Exchange server as mail server.<br />
<p><span><span><b>Requirement of Exchange Server 2003:</b></span></span> <span> </span>Required OS for Exchange Server2003 is Microsoft Server 2oo3. There this Server should be a domain controller. For Exchange 2003 need some protocol like <br />
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<p><span><span><b><span> </span><span> </span></b></span></span>1> asp.net<br />
<p><span> </span><span> </span>2> SMTP<br />
<p><span> </span>3>NMTP<br />
<p><span> </span><span> </span>4>W.W.W<br />
<p>IIS should be install in server . In hardware system should have minimum 256MB of memory<br>
<p><span><span><b>Installation of Exchange Server 2003: </b></SPAN></SPAN>There have three steps to install Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.<br>
<p><span><span>1><span> </SPAN></SPAN></SPAN>Preparation of forest<br>
<p><span><span>2><span> </SPAN></SPAN></SPAN>Preparation<span> </SPAN>of domain<br>
<p><span><span>3><span> </SPAN></SPAN></SPAN>Installation<span> </SPAN>of Exchange Server<br>
<p>To install Exchange Server you have to install the required protocol first. I have install the windows component such as IIS, ASP.NET, NNTP, W.W.W. from control panel with OS CD. Then I insert the Exchange Server Disk in CD rom drive and start the preparation of forest. I open the disk and run the forest prep from Exchange 2003 deployment tools. It will take several times to complete. After completing the forest prep I have run the Domain prep with the same procedure. The Domain prep will take also lots of time to complete. Then I have installed the exchange server by creating a new exchange organization. The total process also possible to complete from Run with command. The total job takes a huge time almost one hour or more. After installing Exchange Server I have configured it as per direction of the company. I have add users, groups, I create new administrative group. Following this process there I have done the whole job successfully. <br>
You are on the right track.
You need to install the SBS 2003 SP2 package.
It contains Windows Server 2003 SP2 and Exchange 2003 SP2 along with other important updates. (It is a big download.)
Install all of the updates staring with Windows Server SP2.
Once you complete the install of Exchange SP2 your iPhone should sync.
FYI: If you use Remote Web Workplace you will need to forward TCP port 4125 on your firewall to your SBS server after this update or RWW won't work properly.
Plz be posted , in case of server installation - it is veryu delicate the above situation may occur only for the following points .
1.intallation files were skipped by user manually (due to bad CD) 2.Improper Installation (in case root directory contained XP os and installation was overridden windows folder ) 3.using a crack patch to OS for CD-KEY.
First things First!
1) you always going to have problems with exchange servers, or migrations. ** systems are not perfects**
2) You can migrate the emails to the new server, but, if only are in the correct version of Exchange 2003.
3) if backup is damage or fail, you lost everything.
4) try to reinstall the Server, and all utilites, is better, I know takes more time, but is better because you created yourself.
I suggest you to install from scratch!
I think you mean email *facilities* although your version may be more accurate :-)))
You can't just download it - you have to buy it. If you want it for a relatively small organisation it is much cheaper to buy SBS 2003 which includes both Server 2003 and Exchange as well as other useful things. It's also relatively straightforward to install & get working although I highly recommend reading one of the many guide books that are available first.
If you really need to install them separately and have not set Exchange up before (or been on a course on how to do it) you are likely to have serious problems getting it working. It's complex, requires quite a bit of specialist knowledge and there are many pitfalls.
Do you have an Exchange server running on the same server or are you popping an ISP for mail? Are you logon locally or is the from Termainal services? Also do you have the whole MS Office 2003 suite installed or just Outlook 2003?