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We are designing a disaster recovery plan for a client we have. We want to put in an exchange server in the building next to ours, which the network is also currently on our domain. We want to replicate between exchange servers so if one goes down, we can fall back on the other one. Does any one have any experience with this or any good documentation they can provide?
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The only data that you can replicate natively is public folders. You cannot replicate anything else. You would have to look at a third party tool - something like DoubleTake. That would require a dedicated machine and a high speed link to connect the two servers - again a dedicated link would be best.

Simon.
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