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I will have 2 exchage 2003 servers in two different locations connected by two t1's. What would be the best way to set up public folders that will be used by all?

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The only way I would do it is to have all the public and system folders replicate to both servers. Once the data is settled, as long as you aren't adding massive amounts of content to the folders the replication shouldn't use a massive amount of bandwidth.

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