What you do depends on where you work (or plan to work): if they will be or already are migrating to Exchange Server 2003 before mid-2005, it's probably smart to get started on Exchange Server 2003 stuff now. If it's further out than that, get certified on 2000, and plan to take the replacement exams when migration falls within a twelve-month window, looking forward.
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