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Dial-Tone server scenario

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what is Dial-Tone server scenario in exchnage
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Hi,
See if a Database gets corrupt and if it is large, it would take hours to restore it and this would mean downtime. WIth Dial Tone recovery method what you do is, create an empty Database, for mails flow to continue and in the meantime use RSG to recover DB from backup. Once recovery is done, you merge recovered DB and new DB into one, this means no mail is lost.
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