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High Availability Software - 3.Mar.2005 11:56:00 PM   
wiseman77

 

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We're currently looking for a high availability solution for our Exchange environment. We'll soon be migrating to Exchange 2003 and would like to find a 3rd party solution to provide the high availability, without deploying MS clustering. I'm just trying to get some feedback on people's experience with any of the following: Neverfail, XOsoft WANSyncHA and NSI Double-take & GeoCluster. Thanks in advance for any responses.
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RE: High Availability Software - 16.May2006 1:11:20 PM   
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I am also looking for HA product.

currently evaluate CA High Availability

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RE: High Availability Software - 4.Aug.2006 11:42:22 AM   
amitsingh

 

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Hi,

Out of the ones mentioned I think the XOSoft WANSync is probably the most robust solution. I was looking at the same type of software but now with Exchange 2007 on the horizon it looks more likely that we might use in the inbuilt CCR function if it can do what we require.

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