Exchange Server 2003

By kyaw2htoo ·
I bought mailboxes from our ISP and I want to use MS Exchange server 2003 in our local LAN but now I?m facing the problem in placing MS exchange server in our local LAN because Our ISP does not permit on creating MS-cord on their DNS server and only POP3 and Web services were used.
Is it possible to create MS Exchange server in our Local LAN?

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to Exchange Server 2003

Normally, you would have your own install Domain and DNS e.g. mycompany.local which Exchange will be intergrated with.

Your ISP will need to set up a MX (mail exchange) dns record to forward mail to your excahnge servers from the internet.

So, yes, it is still possible to have Exchange in your LAN. Lots of small companies have do it.

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by kyaw2htoo In reply to Exchange


Our ISP does not permit to create MX DNS record in their DNS server. They want to control our all internet mail. We only get pop3 and web access to our ISP mail server.
Now, I am using Vpop3 mail server for sending and receiving. Instead of Vpop3 server, I want MS Exchange Server. Please give me your valuable instruction.

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