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How would you achieve incoming mail redundancy? in exchnage server
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There is no native options in Exchange 2003 for incoming email redundancy...
When we talk about redundancy in Exchange the option is building a cluster
However you can "hold" emails if the exchange server goes down for some reason
In Exchange 2007 there is a feature called as the Transport Dumspter in CCR that can "hold" (not the same as redundancy) mails in the queues when the stores are down
In Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007 also third parties such as "Postini" can hold all the emails destined for the recipient domain even if the servers are down
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