David is right on the money here
This version of Exchange was actually designed to do just what you are planning.
You can run the Exchange Optimizer and move the location of the stores if space is the issue
You can't install the SBS copy of Exchange on a separate server, so you'd
have to buy a full copy of Exchange Server. There's probably an upgrade sku
on the SBS web site.
However, unless you are expecting a tremendous volume of mail, this is
probably not necessary. I'd just reconfigure the existing SBS/ Exchange
Server for the new connection type and see how it goes, before spending
money on something that may not be a problem anyway.
> Hi to all,
> I think I'm going to finally get my long awaited static IP!!! Couple of
> First I want to host our own mail server by adding a dedicated server for
> this, (if needed?). What is the best way to get the existing mail from
> server to the other?
> Also we have added another company with it's own Domain Name. Can
> MSExchange handle two different domains? If so how?
> Bob Floyd