Hi, we are faced with the following problem & I would really appreciate some help/advice! We have one Exchange 2003 SP2 server at our HO with a SMTP connector to an external hosting company for sending/receiving external email. Our leased line at our HO is currently down and could well be down for a further 3> days so we have lost the ability to send/receive external email plus we have lost Internet access. We have a number of MPLS sites that thankfully connect to our HO using a different leased line to the one that is down.The MPLS sites are part of the HO domain & therefore have full IP connectivity with the HO site. One of the sites has been earmarked as a DR site & at this site I have a server with Server 2003 R2 installed, this site has full Internet connectivity. I would like to keep the mailstores on the current exchange server located at our HO & install Exchange 2003 at the MPLS DR site with the connector settings for our external hosting company. I would then like to setup some kind of connector (SMTP connector, Routing group?) between the two servers so that the server at the MPLS site can be used to send/receive external email & the HO server will retain & update the mailstores? Is this possible? I hope this makes sense?!
Thanks in advance.