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1 Organization 2 Domains - best practice?

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1 Organization 2 Domains - best practice? - 17.Jun.2005 12:59:00 PM   
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My customer has 1 ORG and 2 Domains. Each domain is at a separate location with a separate Ex2003 server. The "1st Ex2003 server in the ORG" is at the location with Internet connectivity. The other location shares this Internet connection...
Internet--Site1--private.link--Site2.

Should I just have each site receive their own mail via each server's IP address, or would it be good/OK to have the 1ST server to accept all mail and then will the 1st server be smart enough to send Site2's mail to the Site2 Ex2003 server?

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RE: 1 Organization 2 Domains - best practice? - 21.Jun.2005 12:13:00 PM   
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Vamp,

Depending on how important email server is to your client. Either senario will work for you client. However, I recommand installing internet line at site 2 and accept/send emails using both locations for fault tolerance purposes, also internet connection at site 2 will work faster for your client.

If your client do not want to go with above setting than you can simply create routing group connector between two location.

Hope this helps.

Sandman

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