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How would you achieve incoming mail redundancy?
 Question Submitted By :: Exchange-Server
I also faced this Question!!     Answer Posted By  
# 1
There is no native options for redundancy, you are looking
at something like DoubleTake or clustering.
Is This Answer Correct ?    8 Yes 2 No
# 2
One can configure two routing group connector with
different cost. Lets say primary with 10 and secondary RGC
with 20 and both are pointing to different bridgehead
servers. We can then setup a rule in smart host that if
primary bridgehead server ip not reposing, start delivering
emails to secondary bridgehead server.
Is This Answer Correct ?    6 Yes 4 No
Satpal Kataria
# 3
There is an option in the mailbox store of the first
routing group in the server that contains the mail box of a
user. Drill down till the sorage group, right click and
select properties, in general tab, you can find "Archive
all messages sent or received by mailboxes on this store.
create a mail box enabled account called "master" (or
anything you may like ;-)) and select the account by
browsing the accounts. so that user collects all the sent
and received mails thrugh this store. Create a outlook
account in a seperate machine for the user and bingo ... u
have all the mails.
Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 3 No
B .suresh Kumar

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