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Ok to set replication interval to "never run" for an Exchange 2007 environment with only one server?

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Ok to set replication interval to "never run" for an Exchange 2007 environment with only one server?
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Why would you want to change it? It isn't replicating anything, but if you introduce a second server the setting could be overlooked. It is one of those things that it is pointless to change.

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I just wanted to make sure it wasn't using up resources performing actions that enable a non-result.  Who knows how much processor time is used up prepping replications that never happen.
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Exchange knows if there is another server to replicate to. It doesn't do it unless it is required.

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Thanks Simon
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