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Exchange recovery - 27.Jul.2004 2:49:00 AM   
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Hi, we are planning disaster recovery for our exchange server. We want to be able to setup a exchange server on another site which is connected through A T1 line and have it as a backup in case the the one at our main site goes down. What would be the best way to set this up, so that once the main server fail the new one takes over.

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RE: Exchange recovery - 27.Jul.2004 11:01:00 AM   
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You would need something like:

GeoCluster: Real-Time Data Protection Software:
http://www.nsisoftware.com/pro/geocluster/

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RE: Exchange recovery - 27.Jul.2004 4:13:00 PM   
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Is there any other way to do it without having to purchase third party software? Thanks for the reply

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RE: Exchange recovery - 27.Jul.2004 4:59:00 PM   
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Not if the two Exchange Servers need to "replicate" with each other.

But as mentioned in the other forums, where you posted this question you can have a so called MX backup Server, which hold any mail destined to your domain, until your server is up and running again.

What is it exactly you want to accomplish?

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RE: Exchange recovery - 27.Jul.2004 5:11:00 PM   
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I want to have an exchange server in a remote site so if the main one at headquarters were to go down the one at the remote site would take over. We want to at least be able to send and receive mail even if all old emails are not present.

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RE: Exchange recovery - 5.May2015 12:36:12 AM   
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I am currently using Free "CloudBacko pro" as my dependable source of cloud storage. It is the fastest, secure and more reasonable from other online IT backup solutions. CloudBacko pro provides 100 TB free of charge data storage. You can get hold on free data storage without spending too much of cost. It combines available cloud storage Google Drive, Drop Box, One drive, etc into single big storage. You can run it from common web browsers.

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