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texmex1978 -> Mirror Exchange 2010 server (12.Nov.2010 4:53:10 PM)

I am not quite sure where to start on this, i am hoping to get pointed in the right direction so i can take it there and do research.

My environment has three sites all within the same domain.  Site A has a exchange 2010 server , this is the only email server.   Site B & C connect via outlook anywhere.   Everything is working fine after increasing the bandwidth between the sites.

My company now in the event of a disaster (ie the building explodes) wants to have another exchange server at site B.   What is the best way to do this?   Does exchange 2010 have built in replication, is it effective?   Can this second exchange server basically sit at site B and not disrupt the network?  

Our environment is small, less that 150 mailboxes and less than 1tb of exchange data.

All sites are connected via vpn over a 100mb line.

If anyone can point me in the right direction, give me some ideas, that would be very helpful.   Then i can do my research based on your recommendations.
Thank you.




de.blackman -> RE: Mirror Exchange 2010 server (13.Nov.2010 10:44:10 AM)

You can start here (What you are looking for is an Exchange technology called Database Availability Group [DAG]):

Understanding High Availability and Site Resilience
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd638137.aspx

Understanding Mailbox Database Copies

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd979802.aspx




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