Looking to get a Snow Leopard Server machine up & running for our small business, but we're on a limited budget right now so professional consultants aren't an option at the moment. Here's some basic info about our current situation: 1. High-speed cable service; with a static external IP 2. Netgear VPN router/switch for our internal network; setup to do DHCP 3. We already use the router to do port forwarding for various services 4. the Mac server has been assigned a static IP on our internal network 5. currently use ZoneEdit for all of our DNS management tasks Here's what we want to accomplish, at a minimum, with our SL server (basically in order of our priority): 1. Host 1-3 small websites, very light traffic, basic HTML... no backend scripts, PHP needs, etc at this time 2. Host our own email services - small to medium amount of load 3. Use iCal Server and Address Book Server to allow employees to access shared calendars & contacts (at least over the LAN, if not from outside the network as well) 4. Enable basic FTP service - light load, light traffic Our previous server "experience" (from 3 years ago): 1. Windows NT 4.0 server running IIS - hosting 2-4 small sites 2. Used Merak Mail Server for hosting email service 3. Used FTP Serv-U for basic FTP service We have long-time familiarity with Mac OS, but so far our initial attempts at figuring out the SL Server setup has become an exercise in frustration. Anyone with suggestions for books/videos/website resources that could be helpful in teaching us the basics of setting up these services?