From: Victor Duchovni (no email)
Date: Fri May 25 2007 - 11:16:24 EDT
On Fri, May 25, 2007 at 08:30:12AM +0200, Neil Wilson wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I have a client who wants the same mail to go to two exchange servers.
> I already have a transport that sends all his mail to one server, and he
> wants it duplicated so that his mail goes to another exchange server at the
> same time.
What is supposed to happen when only one of the servers is responding
(or willing to accept the message)?
- Queue the mail for the non-responsive server and deliver to the
- Queue the mail for both servers and deliver to both when both are
- Deliver to either server, and skip the non-responsive one?
Exchange has support for mailbox replication (at least for "public
folders"), ideally this should be available for user mailboxes also.
If so, would not that be more appropriate.
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