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I have node1 and node 2 with exchange 2007 sp1 deployed with CCR cluster.

now i want to add one more cluster  to my node. could you please suggest how to do with .

do you want me to add one more Virtual server node to add these 2 cluster or shall i add these 2 nodes in existing cluster,.

Regards, Raju
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That was a good question.. But the answer is - CCR is limited to have 2 nodes only. So there is no option to add a 3rd node in CCR

Inform if details are needed
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good one
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