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Brian, I'm working with a small college that has an existing web site. They are using sharepoint portal server as a web portal for students - sign on, email, class catalog and the like. I'm tasked with investigating how feasible it would be to use the portal server as a content management server for the "public facing" part of the site. Compared to a traditional "edit and publish" CMS, what are the pros and cons? It sounds like it was a lot more work than you expected.

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