how can configure the exchange server 2003 to be able to send/receive email throught

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hi all, iam MCSE certified, but i don't have much knowledge in exchange server 2003, so i biging to study it by myself , i need the most and basic configaration for the exchange server 2003 to be able to send/receive mails throught ... i have study it, but i still need more... so, if u please i need a step-by-step configuration thx to all khalid3arda@gmail.com
ASKED: February 18, 2008  9:16 AM
UPDATED: April 27, 2008  9:08 AM

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Exchange 2003 is easy. After you installed, you will be able to send and receive mail. You may relay your mail via ISP from your SMTP connector.
Exchange 2007 is different. An SMTP Send connector is required for an Exchange Server 2007 system to send any SMTP email. It is required to send email to any SMTP server on the internet or to any SMTP server within the same Exchange Server organization.

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