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Seconds Exch2k3 server - 13.Jul.2007 3:35:40 AM   


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Hi, currently running single windows 2003 server with exchange 2003 for my single domain.

We are looking at having a second windows 2003 server and exchange 2003 for redundancy, can this be done?, so that in the event that one of the servers failed the other woud carry on and my users would not be affected?

Also we are thinking of setting up a new company so new domain. 6 users will require access to both domains and require ability to send out e-mails as both domain1.co.uk & doamin2.co.uk when needed. what would i need to do solve this. i can received mail from both domains at the moment but i cannot send out as domain2.co.uk unless i change my defaut mail address within exchange admin.

We already have the hardware and spare exchange licences if needed for the seconds server
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RE: Seconds Exch2k3 server - 13.Jul.2007 3:55:51 AM   


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For exchange redudancy you can have exchange cluster setup... active/passive.

For domain planning i don't really below link will satisfy you , i.e i am talking about virtual hosting in the same exchange server having more then 2 domains address list


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RE: Seconds Exch2k3 server - 14.Jul.2007 2:23:37 PM   


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You can Use Exchange 2007 if you dont want to have Cluster (that cost a lot)


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RE: Seconds Exch2k3 server - 14.Jul.2007 4:07:07 PM   


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Hiya Fars, in terms of 2003 your best bet does indeed seem to be Exchange clustering, but, you are correct the overall TCO may not suit the pockets of smaller organizations for the fault tolerance that you get.

In terms of Exchange 2007 from service pack 1 there is SCR (Standby Continuous Replication) see http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2007/06/28/445538.aspx which sounds like what you are after.




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