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DR failover for Exchange 2007 server.

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I have a question regarding DR failover for Exchange 2007 server.

Mailflow is coming to onprem first to 2007 servers using MX records

I already setup second Exchange 2007 in the DR. Please let me know what is the process of switching to Exchange 2007 servers in the DR? This is only temporary. Other then MX record change, what else is needed.

THank you  very much
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You need to use CCR in Exchange 2007 so you can reseed the mail that was delivered to the backup server during the failover - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124706(v=exchg.80).aspx
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