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Exchange 2007 CCR logs sync

Hello,

We have 2 nodes running Windows cluster.  each of these nodes has MS exchange 2007 CCR.  This means that each node has its own DB and Transaction log location.  THe transaction logs should sync continously.

Node A - is currently active,  Node B is passive  A full backup has not been successful for 2 weeks.  Node B was active until yesterday.  The CCR transaction log sync has not worked for 2 weeks.  Therefore:

The node A database is currently 2 weeks out of date.   Node B CCR is now working and is synchronising logs.  Slowly the mails are being written to the node A database as it recieves the logs and commits them to the database.  People are currently missing the last 2 weeks of mails - but these are slowly appearing.  My question:

I would expect the emails to be appear as unread as the database on the active node has no knowledge of the mails.  How would calendar appointments act?  they would appear as new invites, but when the users accepted an invite (originally),  would it have generate a transaction log - in short will the users have to re-accept the meeting invitations?


Many Thanks

Prosspero
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viveksahuCommented:
users doesn't need to re-accept it would have generate a transaction log at first accept.
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ProssperoAuthor Commented:
Thanks - correct
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