Thanks alot. Thats a great idea.
*** Updated by Wrobinson on 02/02/2008 ***
Please refer to the following migration guide from Microsoft <a href=”http://download.microsoft.com/download/a/9/4/a94c5f56-f7b5-4ec8-bcaa-1eadf84c4e3f/V3MigGuide.doc”>http://download.microsoft.com/download/a/9/4/a94c5f56-f7b5-4ec8-bcaa-1eadf84c4e3f/V3MigGuide.doc</a>.
The reason that the solution provided in the discussion below is not recommended is because it introduces risk to the procedure by first upgrading the existing server to Windows Server 2003. There are several things that can go wrong and if this server is the Alpha and Omega for your organization then I don’t think it is a good idea and I would strongly recommend against it.
1. Install and configure Windows Server on new server
2. Promote new server to domain controller in existing forest/domain
3. Install Exchange 200x into existing Exchange organization
4. Migrate users using ADMT or Mailbox Move Wizard in Exchange