Let’s retry that… my previous attempt didn’t go through, probably because my s/mime signature… Here’s the message I sent, without the signature this time:
We are on Exchange 2007 SP1 on Windows 2003 64 bits here for at least 7 months now… No problems at all! Deployment went smoothly and maintenance… what maintenance???
This server is rock solid since I fired it up… The only problems I have are with GFI MailEssentials (the spam filtering system we are using) that seems to be a bit buggy on Exchange 2007…
We could have wait for Windows 2008, but we didn’t want to pay to debug at the place of a company located in Redmond…
From: exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Praveen Ramaswamy
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 3:01 AM
Subject: [ExchangeList] Exchange 2007 on windows 2003 64bit or 2008 64 bit
we plan to implement exchange 2007 64bit in a cluster single copy. But we are apprehensive about going on windows 2008 OS. I am not sure about the advantages of exchange 2007
on windows 2008. More security is not a major criteria for me to decide on this. Apart from this how stable is windows 2008. We need to host at least 8000 mailboxes in a cluster, so any unknown issues will be a real pain.
In fact we have not used windows 2003 64 bit either.We are currently running on exchage 2003 on windows 2003. Hence thought of taking some inputs from wise people.
Can you please provide your inputs on exchange 2007 on windows 2003 64 bit or 2008 64 bit ! Which one is better and why do you think so.