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I have 2 sbs 2003 servers in two locations
Have one hosted email domain.
Each server has static IP addresses
How do I make this work
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You can do a shared smtp address space. The MX record will point to 1 server and all incoming email will be delivered there then it will forward any email it doesn't have a mailbox for to the other server. Not really a setup a would recommend but it will work. Just realize they are totally seperate email systems so won't be able to share calendars acroos them or have a shared GAL.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321721
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