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What is differnece betwwen

MS Exchange server 2003
MS Exchange Server 2007
MS Exchange Server 2010
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High Availability options – LCR, CCR, SCC & SCR

Dear Azhrei ,

Thans for replying

what is this High Availability options – LCR, CCR, SCC & SCR  Please explain
Also you used the term OWA please explain


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