Re: Is it ok to run Exchange on DC for Outlook clients?

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Thanks Neo. By the way, they have Win 2003 server R2, that should be ok, right?

"neo [mvp outlook]" wrote:


> Yes you can and by the way, if you are working with such a small office you
> might want to take a look at Small Business Server by Microsoft.

> "mugentuner" <mugentuner> wrote in message
> news:F8EE7E45-AFDE-4CEF-9184-08ED48E30B87@microsoft.com...
> > Hi,
> > Hopefully this question can be answered but can I run Exchange on a Domain
> > Controller server for a small office that has a small network domain or is
> > it
> > not advisable? Question being that space for an additional server is at a
> > premium and would like all their Outlook clients to connect to Exchange
> > without slow network access (by being on a DC). What would best practices
> > advise for a very small office (5 employees or so)? Thanks


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Peter Foldes

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That is perfectly fine

Peter

"mugentuner" <mugentuner> wrote in message

news:6D603E56-7724-4877-B180-1E2B01FA40E6@microsoft.com...
> Thanks Neo. By the way, they have Win 2003 server R2, that should be ok, right?

> "neo [mvp outlook]" wrote:
>
> > Yes you can and by the way, if you are working with such a small office you
> > might want to take a look at Small Business Server by Microsoft.
>

>> "mugentuner" <mugentuner> wrote in message
> > news:F8EE7E45-AFDE-4CEF-9184-08ED48E30B87@microsoft.com...
> > > Hi,
> >> > Hopefully this question can be answered but can I run Exchange on a Domain
> > > Controller server for a small office that has a small network domain or is
> > > it
> > > not advisable? Question being that space for an additional server is at a
> > > premium and would like all their Outlook clients to connect to Exchange
> > > without slow network access (by being on a DC). What would best practices
> > > advise for a very small office (5 employees or so)? Thanks

>

>>
 
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bXVnZW50dW5lcg

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Thanks, that helps.

"Peter Foldes" wrote:


> That is perfectly fine

> > Peter

>

>

> "mugentuner" <mugentuner> wrote in message
> news:6D603E56-7724-4877-B180-1E2B01FA40E6@microsoft.com...
> > Thanks Neo. By the way, they have Win 2003 server R2, that should be ok, right?
> > "neo [mvp outlook]" wrote:
> >
> >> Yes you can and by the way, if you are working with such a small office you
> >> might want to take a look at Small Business Server by Microsoft.
> >
> >> "mugentuner" <mugentuner> wrote in message
> >> news:F8EE7E45-AFDE-4CEF-9184-08ED48E30B87@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hi,
> >> >> > Hopefully this question can be answered but can I run Exchange on a Domain
> >> > Controller server for a small office that has a small network domain or is
> >> > it
> >> > not advisable? Question being that space for an additional server is at a
> >> > premium and would like all their Outlook clients to connect to Exchange
> >> > without slow network access (by being on a DC). What would best practices
> >> > advise for a very small office (5 employees or so)? Thanks
> >
> >>


>
 
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