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Virtualising Exchange 2007.  What are the benifits plus does it help the exchange reagding hits.
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"does it help the exchange reagding hits"

What do you mean by "Hits"?

Virtualising has lots of benefits, IF done properly.  It certainly makes your restore/recovery process a lot lot easier and quicker.
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As said above there are lot of benefits if done properly.
Can you make your question more understandable., Thanks.
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