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Hi,
I would like to add a second mail server exchange 2010 at our mail infrastructure. Currently we have a server with all roles installed on and would like to add a second server with only  mailbox roles installed on   for load balancing. Moreover, I wonder how I can move mailboxes from one server to another,
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by:Elmar-H
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in emc you can move a mailbox to another server. See http://www.howexchangeworks.com/2009/08/mailbox-move-in-exchange-2010.html
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by:pozlu0
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Thanks to everyone for the response,
I do not know how to install the new server with only the mailbox role installed
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by:Elmar-H
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its a role in setup of exchange. start the setup.

after that create a dag like this:
http://www.exchange-genie.com/2009/04/database-availability-group-dag-exchange-2010/
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Ok thanks but if want to install It without being a dag server but only a "stand alone" mailbox server how can I perform this?
thanks for the invaluable assistance
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If I understand it I have to set only the mailbox role and that's when the setup is correct?
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yes thats it

after that you move some mailboxes to new server
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