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what is the number of passive copies for one active copy can be created

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In Exchange 2013 we can create an active DB, then create a passive copy in another mailbox server.
I wonder if I can create another passive copy for the same active copy in a separate server ?
for instance.

MDB1 is active copy in Exch1, then I create MDB1 passive copy in Exch2 then create MDB1BK  passive copy in Exch3.
is that possible ?

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Up to 16 copies of an Exchange 2013 mailbox database can be created on multiple Mailbox servers, provided the servers are grouped into a database availability group (DAG), which is a boundary for continuous replication. http://bit.ly/1zJktxP
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Apparently yes..
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